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double bluff

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Definition of double bluff in English:

noun

An action or statement that is intended to appear as a bluff but is in fact genuine.
Example sentences
  • It also has something of a double bluff about it as a further public denial that FF does not envisage revisiting the glory days of that 1977 landslide.
  • It's entirely possible that the attack will line out the way they're named, just like in a smooth double bluff that looked completely implausible against Wexford.
  • What Collis has orchestrated is a cunning double bluff.

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