blurt out

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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.
Nearly 45 per cent said they blurt out secrets just to get it off their chests and then most of them feel guilty.
You often expect them to blurt out that the victim is recovering in hospital.
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.
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.