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to speak suddenly or sharply, as from surprise or emotion

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What's the funniest thing you've actually blurted out?
Luckily before I could biff him one he blurted out that he was a doctor Ollie Burton
I was unprepared and blurted out things I shouldn't have said, I'm sorry," she added.
Let him be the judge of who has a 'right to know.' Shocked by the news himself, at first, he may have blurted it to you.
The Golden Globe-nominated star blurted out on United States TV that she is expecting fiance Darren Aronofsky's baby.
The class was working busily and all of a sudden one child yelled out "How do you know a girl fish from a boy fish?" Instantly another child blurted out.
Another such episode occurs when he pummels a small child who merely blurted out, "Hey, you're Jerry Ha-sue!
"She told him if he was 20 years younger he would still be too old and he then blurted out something about her being too tall for him.
One of his staff members recognized me and blurted out--as if she had just seen a rat in her kitchen--"Barry Lynn is here."
As he tried to pull Heise free, the injured man screamed in pain and blurted, "Stop!
It was a horrid wet evening, when a voice in the queue blurted out: 'I expect they are trying out a new duck on the lake.' Without doubt, the trams were fine servants of the city.
One of the eight AD's kiddingly blurted, "Gee, sometimes I wonder if am one of them!"
Hirst and Haffern were echoing sentiments blurted out in 2001 by the composer Karlheinz Stockhausen.
Last week one of the girls I work with blurted out that I was interested and he immediately looked really embarrassed.
Although at the moment I blurted out a brief synopsis of the program and its importance, I felt compelled to reflect further on the reasons why.