Cre*du"li*ty (kr?-d?"l?-t?), n. [L. credulitas, fr. credulus: cf. F. crdulit. See Credulous.]

Readiness of belief; a disposition to believe on slight evidence.

That implict credulity is the mark of a feeble mind will not be disputed. Sir W. Hamilton.


© Webster 1913.

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