And another story today at the Jewish Press, under a credulous headline, admitted the story might not be right in its lede.
But instead of fighting the trend, too many of us simply capitulate—lazy, credulous fools that we are.
It is bad enough when credulous but healthy people buy worthless cleanse kits and eat too much kale.
We cynically reject any attempt at sincerity nowadays, but when it comes to the past we are as credulous as little children.
I am increasingly convinced that liberals are repeating the mistakes made by credulous Bush-era conservatives.
Whatever their misgivings in secret, to myself they displayed the most credulous faith.
Madame de Montespan was as credulous as only the very devout can be.
If he were inclined to be credulous, this was second sight I had.
The spy was devout to the point of bigoted, credulous superstition.
But none of all these considerations had the least effect on the simple and credulous mind of Louis the Ninth.