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outbluff

[ out-bluhf ]
/ ˌaʊtˈblʌf /
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verb (used with object)
to surpass in bluffing: to outbluff one's opponents at poker.
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Origin of outbluff

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How to use outbluff in a sentence

  • Now, running in itself was perfectly all right and quite in order when it was impossible to outface or outbluff a danger.

    The Seventh Man|Max Brand
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