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"One last bluff of a bluffer, as Hilda would say," she muttered.

Olaf the Swede is after you on account o the gal, I blunted; and he aint no bluffer.

"Jab him, Casey; he's only a bluffer," said several of his companions.

I thought Bill wasn't dead: you're just a bluffer, ain't you, Bill?

I was only trying to keep up to my reputation and name as a bluffer.

He is energetic, self confident, amiable, and a particularly able bluffer when occasion demands it.

A bluffer, he has a sneaking respect for anyone who throws a bluff and gets away with it.

That a man who habitually clears his throat before he speaks is generally a self-important hypocrite and a bluffer.

To bluff, unchanged in form, takes on the new meaning of to lie: a bluffer is a liar.

You will perceive that Copperhead Camp was no place for a coward or a bluffer or a bully.

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