However, the notion that nearly two-thirds of Iranians want another four years of Ahmadinejad strains any credulity.
It was too large a draught upon my credulity, so I asked the name.
The fellow had practised upon my credulity to obtain my likeness for publication.
He had unbounded faith in his invention; his credulity became stronger and stronger as the months rolled by.
She told her story in the village, and was laughed at for her credulity.
We now know that credulity is not a virtue and that intellectual courage is.
There was this much of excuse for her credulity,—he was a universal favorite.
The story illustrates either the credulity of magistrates or the practical character of some varieties of maternal love.
But what limits are there to the credulity of a woman in her condition?
Mr. Brand to John Harlowe, Esq.; in excuse of his credulity, and of the misreports founded upon it.