Adjective "Bluff" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Bluff


    Definition:

    1. good-naturedly direct, blunt, or frank; heartily outspoken: a big, bluff, generous man.

    2. presenting a bold and nearly perpendicular front, as a coastline: a bluff, precipitous headland.

    3. Nautical. (of the bow of a vessel) having a full, blunt form. noun

    4. a cliff, headland, or hill with a broad, steep face.

    5. North Dakota, Wisconsin, and the Canadian Prairie Provinces. a clump or grove of trees on a prairie or other generally treeless area.|-

    Origin:
    bluff

    Examples:

    "brothers can be bluff on phones."

    "images can be bluff."

    "exteriors can be bluff."

    "ways can be bluff."

    "threats can be bluff."

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