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Synonyms for blurt

to speak suddenly or sharply, as from surprise or emotion

Synonyms for blurt

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Eventually Frankie can take no more of the venom and blurts out the truth about the affair.
In fact, she can't name a single Democratic candidate, but blurts out, "Anyone but Bush.
She describes corn dogs as something you can taste, when a kindergartner blurts out in English that he doesn't want a corn dog.
Back at teatime, Justin arrives at Ali's funeral and finally blurts out that it was Ali who stabbed Macki.
Recognition is sure to come to another famous Hamptonite: Steven Gaines, author of the 1998 Hamptons tell-all Philistines at the Hedgerow and local gossip extraordinaire, has already become a household face nationwide as he blurts out in The Hamptons promos, "The girls are so hot here, I almost wish I was straight
He blurts out all his feelings for Linda (Jacqueline Pirie) to Alma (Amanda Barrie), and she is then in a bit of a quandary as to whether to tell Mike (Johnny Briggs).
Absence has only made Ben's heart fonder and he blurts out that he loves her.
Nancy (Erin Dilly) and Ben (Mark Kassen), a stereotypical New York City couple (she's a cookbook editor; he's a graduate student who admits to "occasionally finding guys attractive"), are in bed on the cusp of orgasm when Nancy suddenly blurts out, "Do me, you hook-nosed Jew
Day means, Kim (Countess Vaughn) blurts out, ``Shoe sale at Nordstrom
Vivian later blurts as she waits for Jason to inspect her insides.
So do Albert and Yvonne (Veanne Cox), a gangly, rigidly funny creature who blurts out anguished sentiments through clenched facial muscles between gulps of air.