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Spell check of bluff

Correct spelling: bluff

Synonyms:
claim, curt, double-cross, preen, trick, untruth, pleasant, fake, impolite, imitation, cock-a-doodle-doo, deceit, vaporous, impersonate, pose, genuine, palisade, bold, downright, rough, counterfeit, open, misinformation, lead astray, unceremonious, good-natured, wall, plain, M., olde, forge, humbug, pontificate, play false, snippy, feign, disguise, artificiality, cape, dupe, show, concoct, Mt., four flush, delude, pretend, fakery, rock, have, spontaneous, make up, masquerade, Ft., honest, mislead, amiable, discourteous, front, stage, stone, fabricate, disinformation, Lord, gossamer, welcoming, direct, peacock, forgery, rude, pretension, blustering, prance, coarse, warm, Atoll, frank, flaunt, abrupt, escarpment, unmingled, guise, lie, betray, facade, saunter, fool, misspeak, cover, crag, short-spoken, hearty, uncivil, precipice, bamboozle, deceive, friendly, boulder, parade, pretense, swagger, crusty, bluster, cozen, absolute, imposture, hoodwink, reef, mannerism, fabrication, cliff, blunt, white lie, transparent, gauzy, gauze-like, sheer, take in, falsify, unmixed, vaunt, plain-spoken, unmannerly, brusk, invent, affect, boast, fraud, manufacture, short, beguile, bluff out, pk., strut, charade, warm-hearted, mount, gloat, see-through, invention, right-down, out-and-out, filmy, rank, brusque, cobwebby, gimmick, diaphanous, defraud, Pt., imitate, crow, inconsiderate, blow, nice, affectation, steep, aggrandize, falseness, ostentation, device, half-truth, impersonation, brag, falsehood, air, vapourous.

Antonyms:
diplomatic, genteel, genial, urbane, reserved, smooth, polished, talkative, gradual, loquacious, politic, mealymouthed, voluble, courtly, prolix, courteous, gallant, refined, suave, polite, gracious, circuitous, cultivated, civil, bland, verbose, indirect, tactful, considerate, long-winded.

Examples of usage:

1) I wrote to her, telling her when and where to meet me in the little town of Leauvite, and it was on the bluff over the river. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) I believe they both went over the bluff and are both dead. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) And it was supposed he killed you and pushed you over the bluff and then ran away. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

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