“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.”
“The site will be kept updated with the latest squad news in the run up to the opening ceremony, with photo galleries of the British squads and 'bluffer's guides' for every sport.”
“To bluff a bluffer was to smite with the steel of justice.”
“I gotta show Pseud, the bluffer, what a non sequitur is, by demonstrating what it is not: I noted that, as a rule, it is very rare for a candidate to lose many votes because they voted against something that passed.”
“The poor bluffer had given no thought to his opponents 'hands.”
“I had hopes for The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, a new US sitcom starring David Cross the bald one in Arrested Development as an incompetent, deluded bluffer who, to his astonishment, is mistaken for a sales genius and gets sent to open a UK office for the launch of an unpalatable Korean energy drink.”
“It's up to you to figure out who's the bluffer, who's betting true value, and who's betting their house on the nuts.”
“According to former State Senator Larry Walsh, he wasn't a bluffer.”
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