[ UK /blˈʌfɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈbɫəfɝ/ ]
  1. a person who tries to bluff other people
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How To Use bluffer In A Sentence

  • To me he is false, a bluffer, a hypocrite, a sectarian, a coward and an opportunist.
  • On the whole, though, this is either a specialist release for real dancehall heads or a bluffer's guide for those wanting to get into the scene.
  • You will also know, as any runner does, that the session has to be completed and, unlike the bluffers who make up the ranks of the political intelligentsia, you do something on a daily basis that is objectively measured.
  • I knew it, just as I had known it a thousand times at the poker table, facing a thousand other bluffers.
  • To bluff, unchanged in form, takes on the new meaning of to lie: a bluffer is a liar. Appendix 2. Non-English Dialects in America. 4. Yiddish
  • The motive for the scam was unclear, with speculation that the bluffer was a pervert who enjoyed preying on grieving women or that he planned to con them out of cash. | Top Stories
  • Never mind, now you can hold your own in scholarly conversation by using this handy bluffer's guide to one of the world's toughest novels.
  • Being known as a bluffer, however, is an unambiguously bad thing. The Reality-Based Community
  • Sadly, on the whole, The Horizontal Instrument is far more interesting as a bluffer's guide to horology - with a few regrettable dramatic interludes.
  • To bluff a bluffer was to smite with the steel of justice. CHAPTER 5
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