deceive by pretending to be stronger,cleverer,surer of the truth,etc.,than one is
find or make one's way by doing this
(of a person or his/her manner) rough,plain,and cheerful
"his bluff succeeded in getting him accepted"
"a bluff headland"
"where the bold chalk cliffs of England rise"
"a sheer descent of rock"
"a bluff but pleasant manner"
"a bluff and rugged natural leader"
I learnt that sulking, crying, moping, and malingering were bluffs that paid.
出自： C. Connolly
There's a lot of bluff goes with this act; he knows nothing about brandy.
出自： A. Wilson
I maul'd you when you look'd so bluff.
Finally wound up with a bluff 'Go, or let alone'.
You're so blunt and bluff lately, so outspoken!
出自： B. Plain
I bluffed him by giving him the impression that I was absolutely certain.
出自： Conan Doyle
There was considerable feeling..that Hitler and Mussolini were just bluffing. Show strength and they will back down.
出自： J. F. Kennedy