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to speak suddenly or sharply, as from surprise or emotion

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Blurt's guide for dealing with stress, loneliness and grief at Christmas will be handed out from customer service desks and distributed to staff.
"I hope the they can learn a lesson and reflect on things, and going forward not blurt things out again," Hua stated, without elaborating.
What's the funniest thing you've actually blurted out?
Rather than dread and resist the participant's behavior, openly embrace it by entering into a contract with the member and permitting him/her to blurt out, without fear of consequences, as long as he/she is seated in a certain chair in the group room.
Academics from Durham University have published a report today which claims pupils who blurt out answers in lessons often learn more than their quieter peers.
In Blurt, The Webster's Game of Word Racing, one player reads a definition out loud while all the other players race to be the first to blurt out the correct answer.
And if you're faced with the need to challenge your friend on the facts, don't blurt out, "You're wrong." Instead, say something like, "Have you considered this information from our point of view?" Or, "I understand what you're saying, but your (lawyer, accountant, sales manager) may have misinformed you about these facts."
The work suggests that a blurt of low-frequency sound described as a bray might be a hunting call, reports Vincent Janik, now at the Woods Hole (Mass.) Oceanographic Institution.
Stunned Frode, aged 30, managed to blurt out a "yes" just before the time ran out.
You definitely don't want to blurt out a number that's too high, because that might knock you out of the running.
19) with the premiere of their original film, "Blurt!"
Why not just blurt out the truth, even at the risk to one's livelihood?
A new girl named Amy is trying to join their group, but she tends to blurt out tactless things.
When you approach a bank clerk, for instance, you cannot simply blurt out your problem or question.
``But this daydream was smashed when the Queen asked me, `So what is your involvement with the trust?' ``All I managed to blurt out was, `God, you are shorter than you are on television!' ``To which she replied, `Well, I am taller than Queen Victoria was you know'.