boasted (part of speech: verb)
pretended (part of speech: verb)
- " Yes, but your land's a mile long and only a quarter wide-" Ida Mary was not easily bluffed. - "Land of the Burnt Thigh", Edith Eudora Kohl.
- A box would have been better, of course, but there had been some difficulty, and Slumper, being a weak- kneed fool, had been bluffed into taking the stalls. - "Anthony Lyveden", Dornford Yates.
- " Well, we do it now," Willibald answered, so decidedly and quickly that his uncle looked at him quite bluffed. - "The Northern Light", E. Werner.