Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
†CUMBLUFF, adj. In phr. to look cumbluff, “to have the appearance of stupefaction” (Per. 1825 Jam.2).[Cum-, pref., q.v. The second element may be the same as Bluff, n., or as in Bluffleheaded, q.v.]
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