bluff (one's) way out of (something)(redirected from bluff their way out of some place)
bluff (one's) way out of (something)
To escape a negative situation through deceit. My brother is a good liar, but even he couldn't bluff his way out of that speeding ticket. I bluffed my way out of taking the test by saying I had a bad headache.
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bluff one's way out (of something)
to get out of a difficult situation by deception or cunning. I will try to bluff my way out of this mess.
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