Definition of credulousness in English:

credulousness

noun

See credulous

‘A reporter in search of a story has, not for the first time, fallen foul of an excess of enthusiasm, credulousness and someone's idea of a joke.’
  • ‘Unauditable claims about the scores of millions of dollars the Mardi Gras brings to Sydney survive, I believe, on media credulousness.’
  • ‘The skepticism, empiricism, and detachment so esteemed by journalists seem worlds away from the awe, mysticism, and credulousness demanded by faith.’
  • ‘This is an argument for pluralism but against credulousness.’
  • ‘The model now is to keep pushing the bounds of credulousness - to stay out in front of the incredible.’