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bluff

900 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[blˈʌf], [blˈʌf], [b_l_ˈʌ_f]

Synonyms for Bluff:

cliff (noun)

boulder, cliff, crag, escarpment, palisade, precipice, reef, rock, stone, wall.

pretension (noun)

affectation, air, artificiality, charade, deceit, device, facade, fakery, falseness, forgery, fraud, front, gimmick, guise, imitation, impersonation, imposture, mannerism, ostentation, pretense, pretension.

boast (verb)

Lord, aggrandize, blow, bluster, boast, brag, cock-a-doodle-doo, crow, flaunt, gloat, parade, peacock, pontificate, prance, preen, saunter, strut, swagger, vaunt.

pretend (verb)

affect, claim, counterfeit, cover, deceive, defraud, disguise, fake, falsify, forge, imitate, impersonate, masquerade, pose, pretend, show, stage.

Other synonyms and related words:

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defrauder, deliberate deception, delude, delusion, derisive, design, diaphanous, diddle, direct, dirty deal, dirty trick, disagreeable, disapproving, discourteous, disinformation, disrespectful, dissemblance, dissemble, dissembling, dissimulate, dissimulation, distraction, dizzy height, dodge, double cross, dour, down, downright, draw poker, drole, dropoff, dull, dull-edged, dull-pointed, dulled, dullish, dune, dupe, ecarte, edentate, edge, edgeless, elevation, eminence, enchant, enthrall, entrap, euchre, exaggeration, excitable, explicit, explosive, fabricate, fabrication, face, facy, faired, fake out, faker, faking, false air, false colors, false front, false move, false show, falsehood, falsity, fanfaron, fanfaronade, fast deal, feign, feigning, feint, fell, fetch, ficelle, filmy, finagle, fine talking, finesse, flat, fleece, flimflam, flimflam artist, flimflammer, flip, flippant, flourish, flurry, fluster, foist upon, fool, foothills, forbidding, foreland, forestall, forthright, four flush, four-flusher, four-flushing, fourflusher, frank, frankhearted, free, free-speaking, free-spoken, free-tongued, fresh, friendly, fright, frighten, frighten off, frowning, fuss, gally, gambit, game, gammon, gas, gasconade, gauche, gauze-like, gauzy, genuine, get around, gilt, gloss, good-natured, googly, gossamer, gratuitous, grave, grim, grouchy, gruff, gruffly, grumpy, guileless, gull, gum, gyp, half-truth, harsh, haughty, have, have on, headland, headlong, heart-to-heart, hearty, hector, hectorer, hectoring, height, heights, heroics, highfalutin, highfaluting, highlands, hill, hill alto, hillock, hoax, hocus-pocus, hog's back, honest, hoodwink, hopscotch, hornswaggle, hornswoggle, hot air, hot-blooded, hot-tempered, hotheaded, huffish, huffy, humbug, hummock, humourless, hunt the slopper, hypersensitive, ill-bred, ill-humoured, ill-mannered, ill-natured, illude, impatient, impersonator, impertinent, impetuous, impolite, impolitic, impose upon, imposter, impostor, imprudent, impudent, inaffable, inconsiderate, indelicate, indiscreet, inept, ingenu, ingenuous, injudicious, innocent, insensitive, intimidate, intimidation, inveigler, invent, invention, irascible, irritable, jacboasting, jacks, jackstones, jactancy, jactitation, jive, jiving, joke, joker, josh, juggle, kid, knap, knave, knob, knoll, kop, laconic, lead astray, leapfrog, ledge, let down, let on, let on like, lie, lift smoke, lofty, loma, loo, lost to shame, lottery, lotto, loutish, magniloquence, make a pretense, make as if, make like, maladroit, malapert, malingerer, manipulate, manoeuvre, manufacture, marbles, meretriciousness, misdirect, misguide, misinform, misinformation, misle, mislead, misrepresentation, misspeak, mock, mock attack, mole, monticle, moody, moor, moorland, mound, mount, mountain, mountebank, move about, mumble-the-peg, mumblety-peg, naive, nap, nasty, nearly perpendicular, nearly upright, nearly vertical, nervy, nice, no-nonsense, nobble, not circuitous, not roundabout, obtuse, offhand, old maid, olde, omber, one-up, open, open-hearted, openhearted, out-and-out, outmaneuver, outreach, outright, outsmart, outspoken, outward show, outwit, overbearing, overhanging cliff, overreach, pairs, palisades, palm off on, palm upon, pars petrosa, pass, patience, peak, peevish, pena, penny ante, peremptory, perpendicular, pert, petrosal bone, petrous bone, petulant, phoney orphony, phony, picacho, picquet, pigeon, pike, plain, plain-spoken, plainspoken, play, play a part, play false, play one false, play possum, play upon, play-acting, playact, playacting, pleasant, ploy, pluck, plunging, po-faced, pointless, poker, poker ploy, poser, poseur, posing, posture, practice upon, precipitous, presupposition, pretence, pretender, pretensions, pretext, prim, profess, prominence, promontory, prudish, psych out, puff, pull leg, pull the wool over someone's eyes, puritanical, pushball, put, put on, put on an act, put something over, put something over on, put to flight, put up a bluff, quack, quackster, quadrille, querulous, quinze, rage, rampant, rank, rant, ranter, rapid, rave, raver, raw, realistic, representation, repulsive, reverse, reversis, rhodomontade, ridge, right-down, ringer, rise, rising ground, rock formation, rock-face, rodomontade, rogue, roister, roisterer, rollick, rough, rough-spoken, round, round game, rounded, roundly, rubber, rude, rugged, ruse, saltimbanco, sarcastic, sassy, saturnine, saucy, scar, scar scaur, scare away, scarp, scaur, scheme, scoundrel, scurvy trick, see through, seeming, semblance, sensitive, severe, sham, shameless, shammer, shark, sharp, sharper, sheer, shift, shinney, shinny, short, short-tempered, show of courage, shrewish, shuck, side, sierra, simple, simplehearted, simpleminded, simulacrum, simulate, simulation, sincere, single-hearted, single-minded, slang, sleight, sleight of hand, sleight-of-hand trick, smart, smart-alecky, smart-ass, smoothed, snapdragon, snappish, snatch a verdict, snip-snap-snoren, snippy, snow, solemn, sombre, sour, speciousness, speculation, splenetic, splutter, spontaneous, spoof, spread-eagleism, sputter, squeezers, stall, steep, steeps, stern, stern-visaged, stinging, storm, straight, straight poker, straight-out, straightforward, strait-laced, stratagem, straw bid, straw-bail, string, string along, stud poker, subterfuge, sulky, sullen, summit, surly, swaggerer, swashbuckle, swashbuckler, swashbucklery, swasher, swindle, swindler, tactic, tactless, tag, take, take for a ride, take on, take-in, tall talk, tart, tease, temperamental, teratology, terse, testy, thirty-one, thoughtless, threat, three-card monte, to the point, toothless, tor, touchy, transparent, trick, trickster, truculent, trumpet, trustful, trusting, tump, twenty-one, twist, twit, two-time, unabashed, unaccommodating, unambiguous, unblushlng, uncalled-for, unceremonious, unchecked, uncivil, uncivilized, uncomplaisant, uncomplicated, uncompromising, unconstrained, uncouth, uncultured, undiplomatic, unedged, unembellished, unequivocal, ungainly, ungallant, ungentle, ungentlemanly, ungracious, unguarded, uninhibited, unladylike, unmannerly, unmingled, unmixed, unmollified, unneighborly, unpleasant, unpointed, unrefined, unreserved, unrestrained, unsharp, unsharpened, unskilful, unsophisticated, unsuspicious, untruth, unvarnished, unwary, unwise, upfront, upland, uplands, vantage ground, vapor, vaporer, vaporing, vaporous, vapour, vapourous, varnish, vehement, venditation, vertical, very steep, vingtun, violent, volatile, vulgar, warm, warm-hearted, waspish, welcoming, whist, wild, wile, window dressing, wise-ass.

Rhymes for Bluff:

  1. muff, scuff, snuff, cuff, rough, puff, fluff, gruff, slough, tough, guff, luff, ruff, buff, tuff, stuff, huff;
  2. rebuff, enough;

Quotes for Bluff:

  1. When people are taken out of their depths they lose their heads, no matter how charming a bluff they may put up. F. Scott Fitzgerald.
  2. The whole world is run on bluff Marcus Garvey.
  3. Obstacles are like wild animals. They are cowards but they will bluff you if they can. If they see you are afraid of them... they are liable to spring upon you; but if you look them squarely in the eye, they will slink out of sight. Orison Swett Marden.

Idioms of Bluff:

  1. call sm's bluff
  2. bluff your way;
  3. call your bluff