outbluff

verb out·bluff \ ˌau̇t-ˈbləf \

Definition of outbluff

transitive verb
: to outdo in bluffing : to gain an advantage over (a rival) by bluffing
  • When Johnson died in 1968, Lucas outbluffed the competition to become head of the outfit …
  • —Mal Vincent

First Known Use of outbluff

1888


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