easily led

See: sequacious
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I will not condescend to explain myself to one that can make a jest of such horrible suspicions, and be so easily led to entertain them.
And as to being easily led to suspect, God only knows what a blind, incredulous fool I have hitherto been, perseveringly shutting my eyes and stopping my ears against everything that threatened to shake my confidence in you, till proof itself confounded my infatuation
I was easily led by the sympathy which he evinced to use the language of my heart, to give utterance to the burning ardour of my soul and to say, with all the fervour that warmed me, how gladly I would sacrifice my fortune, my existence, my every hope, to the furtherance of my enterprise.
But I could not reason so to a man in love, and was willing to trust to there being no harm in her, to her having that sort of disposition, which, in good hands, like his, might be easily led aright and turn out very well.
Asked if the boy was vulnerable, he said: "Yes, he was very easily led.
America is not a part of Europe and l know Mr Trump confuses some of the easily led in presenting himself as expert in most things, but he has nothing to do with the UK leaving the EU, so why would visionary people protest at his visit?
They were young, naive and easily led, Could not envisage what lay ahead, Four larks trapped in a "gilded cage", Their lives changed forever at such a tender age.
I met him once and found him personable and engaging, but he used this to transfix the gullible and easily led.
William Dudley, defending, said Delaney was easily led.
Andrew Davies, in mitigation, said: "He is easily led and it doesn't help that he's been introduced to drugs.
He told Smith: "You are someone who has been taken advantage of, someone seen as weak, easily led and easily exploited by others to commit offences".
But if I could give my 20-year-old self advice it would be not to be so impressed and easily led.