- v. present participle of bluff.
“Therefore, your claim that I was bluffing is unsupported.”
“That sort of bluffing is counterproductive. continue reading ...”
“But, by producing an impression that he has what he wants -- in fact, by 'bluffing' -- a man can gain some of the advantages that he would gain by really having it.”
“Fighting by "bluffing" - Advantage and disadvantage of being in front - Getting wounded - How one may lose his life trying to save it - Deserved rebuke, "I thought, sir, prisoners were captured on battlefields, not in hospitals" - Distressed father hunting his wounded boy”
“Both the buyer and the seller understand that lying - the euphemism is "bluffing" - is part of the game; thus neither side gains an unfair advantage when it lies about the selling price or the purchase price.”
“(See #1.) 3) Whether Stupak or the progressives are bluffing is (or will be, eventually) an empirical question.”
“He may have succeeded in bluffing Bond, but he’s only calling with the other guys who obviously could have a very good hand.”
“Y-- yes," stammered Milo, still battling with the idea of bluffing this calmly authoritative man.”
“Blix surmised that the bluffing was a cheap and effective deterrent.”
“People think Netanyahu is bluffing, which is convenient for a politician who wants to turn his back on prior positions without incurring any criticism or coalition turmoil.”
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you know that thing where the Eskimos have 50 words for snow?
Words I like :)
Looking for tweets for bluffing.