blurt


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to speak suddenly or sharply, as from surprise or emotion

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That way, you can think more clearly and won't blurt out stuff you'll regret.
In the same circumstance, JP Dellacamera or Dave O'Brien would blurt something like, ``England records an insurance goal and clinches the FIFA World Cup championship.
You often expect them to blurt out that the victim is recovering in hospital.
Stunned Frode managed to blurt out "yes" just before the clock ran out and he will wed 32- year-old Tone on August 26.
This film's period details are obsessively accurate in a way that probably isn't even healthy, though they inspire you to blurt out that Hollywood ain't making 'em like this anymore.
What a strange company it is where it's fine to f*** Granada with disastrous business decisions - and a sackable offence to blurt the word out on one of its shows.
It's no good just saying "I'm the kind of person who blurts out secrets.
Meanwhile, Summer blurts out the news of Tash's 'pregnancy', and it's the talk of the school.
Asked what Buick stands for today, Shannon pauses for a few surprising seconds and then blurts out: "We're an American alternative to overpriced import sedans.
Meanwhile, even he knows that he and intellectual, humorless Grace are ill matched; when he blurts out that he loves her, he's left "feeling barefoot surrounded by broken glass.
Will they agree not to leave the room if the reporter blurts out [Bonesman code word] '322' .
A prudent man keeps his knowledge to himself,but the heart of fools blurts out folly.
In an unguarded moment, Joshua Hammer's translator blurts out an astonishing description of his fellow Palestinian Christians.