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- At one extreme, it is used to represent the unswerving conviction and absolute credulity of the true believer.
- Questions of seeing, believing, and credulity are explored in all of the essays and projects in this issue.
- It would strain anyone's therapeutic credulity to believe that Audrey needed no further help.
- It strains credulity to believe that these guys were doing this from any altruistic motive.
- One is amazed at the extent of the media's ignorance and credulity.
- Celebrity endorsements of good causes are sometimes characterised by both ignorance and credulity.
- Those were dear good people but they must have carried simplicity and credulity to the limit.
- As students of urban folklore know, legends are perpetuated for reasons other than simple credulity.
- By the end of the book, readers will have encountered many illustrations of the incredible credulity and cruelty that are among the most tragic of our species' traits.
- When fictional characters conquer our credulity to this extent, the likelihood is that they stand for some big idea that might, we think, make the world a better place.
- To hear him now blame others for their credulity is breathtaking.
- Nevertheless, the script as it stands strains credulity.
- You see, citizens had been pushed to such extremes of cynicism that this latest transparent assault on their credulity was enough to break them.
- The crime stands beyond credulity or forgiveness.
- This stretches credulity well past breaking point.
- It would really stretch credulity to suggest that it could.
- The truth is a tale of invented history and human credulity.
- All that said, the prosecution's version of events seems to stretch credulity.
- Promising to abolish it would have stretched credulity too far.
- The amazing credulity of the customers didn't just apply to the product itself, but to the company.
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