The quality of readily believing information, truthful or otherwise, usually to an absurd extent. (noun)
Examples of word gullibility
The current estimate of the sea-gull as an intellectual force is compressed into the word "gullibility" -- a verbal monument of contempt.
Ah, you want male chauvinism, perhaps we should discuss the evolutionary pressure on women that selects for gullibility aka the “Dunham effect”, with its all too apparent implications for voting patterns. /g
He delivered himself of a Ratner moment, when asked if there was any known benefit to homeopathic remedies, beyond the placebo effect (otherwise known as gullibility).
(1,4) Non-analytical thinking essentially means to me gullibility, which is more imaginative than people who over-analyze every situation.
A close friend of the family, McDonough recalled a gullibility that humanized Santo in a way that made him so appealing.