bluffer bluffer  /b ˈlə fər/


  • (n) a person who tries to bluff other people


  1. British officials tend to think the 80-year-old unionist is the bluffer, believing he wants to crown his own political career by being Northern Ireland's First Minister.
  2. Big Jim Fisk was an ebullient bluffer who wore velvet vests and many rings, was shot to death by his mistress' lover.
  3. After ignoring the bluffer until too late, it failed utterly to buy off Editor Mussolini by offering him the prize of a Ministry without portfolio.


  1. "I think that if they think this is a bluff, wait until we have this vote and they'll find out if it's a bluff. I'm not much of a bluffer," Reid said.
    on Feb 6, 2008 By: Harry Reid Source: FOXNews

  2. Miller later sold the company to investor Wilbur L. Ross Jr. "He's not a bluffer," says Ross. "I would take him quite seriously, and I would assume GM would as well."
    on Jul 28, 2005 By: Wilbur Ross Source: BusinessWeek

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