Call someone's bluff

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Definition

to call someone's bluff: to make someone prove that what they are saying is true
idiom

the bluff: the pretence, the deception
noun

to bluff: to mislead, to pretend, to deceive, to feign
verb

Examples

  • "He loves to joke around, and his bluff is legendary."
  • "From: Barbara Bluff (barbara."
  • "I'm going to call your bluff."
  • "To: Barbara Bluff (barbara."
  • "Dear Ms. Bluff"
  • "Barbara Bluff"
  • "Philip : Please, please, Ms. Bluff, we both know what's going on here."
  • "My name is Barbara Bluff, and I am the principal buyer for the Perfume Hut, a loyal Delavigne retailer for over seven years now."

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