Word: bluff


  1. Good-naturedly direct blunt or frank heartily outspoken
2.presenting a bold and nearly perpendicular front, as a coastline
3. Nautical. Having a full blunt form attempt to deceive someone into believing that they will do something
5.try to deceive as to one's ability or intentions
Part of Speech:
Sample Sentences:
.Josh said he could run faster than Jake but he was bluffing
Sarah is bluffing that she has an exciting life but her life is really blunt.
Fred told Candy that he would get her ice cream but he was bluffing.
Ben tricked Tim into giving him candy.
Frank has a boring life.
SYNONYMS open honest rough crude blunt
Antonyms: subtle