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bluff

1. a steep promontory, bank, or cliff, esp one formed by river erosion on the outside bend of a meander
2. (of a bank, cliff, etc.) presenting a steep broad face

bluff

[bləf]
(geography)
A steep, high bank.
A broad-faced cliff.
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I'll be a bluffer " Keith has a passion for his subject, insisting opera represents one of the highest pinnacles of human civilisation.
She found that, in general, poker players were poor judges of the bluff, concluding that most overestimate the attempts at bluffing by infrequent bluffers and underestimate the attempts of the frequent bluffer.
Anyway, no doubt the usual suspects will be there - the duffers, bluffers, huffers, puffers and free food-stuffers to kiss Condi's butt
YOU'RE FULL OF IT enables players to seamlessly connect to the Internet for the live game show version, where they can compete with bluffers worldwide.
So in a spirit of communion with you, loyal reader, who may not have the time but still has the inclination, here's a short-cut bluffers guide to the runners and riders of 2011.
You'll love it if you go, but bluffers everywhere beware - the intelligentsia will spot you a mile off.
The best regional players then get to pit their wits against fellow full house hunters and bluffers to qualify for the national final at Dusk Till Dawn.
All this week, though, we've been hearing from people who pretend they do - bluffers.
Only by reading their rivals' body language and behaviour can they hope to judge whether their opponents are pokerface bluffers or a genuine contenders who could jeopardise their place in the final.
You must know by now that most politicians and their cronies are either duffers or bluffers.
The research revealed the nation is made up of Techno Tinkerers (69 per cent), Techno No Ways (14 per cent), Techno Pros (12 per cent) and Techno Bluffers (five per cent).
Bluffers who claimed they had learned the answers in school were branded as "executive functioning".