1. (UK Und.) a swindler.
|New Dict. Cant (1795) n.p.: bluffer [...] an impudent saucy fellow.|
2. one who relies on an assumed manner to get away with lies.
|Strictly Business (1915) 106: If I hadn’t seen you once bluff three bluffers from Mazatzal City with an empty gun.‘The Call of the Tame’ in|
|Marvel 14 Aug. 3: He felt sure that he was a bluffer – that he had not the contempt for money he presumed to have.|