- n a person who tries to bluff other people
- s very steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front
- s bluntly direct and outspoken but good-natured
- 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.
- Big Jim Fisk was an ebullient bluffer who wore velvet vests and many rings, was shot to death by his mistress' lover.
- 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.
- Harry Reid in FOXNews
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.
- Wilbur Ross in BusinessWeek
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."