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Definition of "bluffer" [bluff•er]

  • One who bluffs (noun)
  • Comparative form of bluff: more bluff (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "bluffer" in a sentence
  • "To bluff, unchanged in form, takes on the new meaning of to lie: a bluffer is a liar."
  • "Being known as a bluffer, however, is an unambiguously bad thing."
  • "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."