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to speak suddenly or sharply, as from surprise or emotion

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``I said I was sorry and that he was autistic and he didn't mean it and then the man started shouting, blurting out, roaring really so I picked up my son and t ook him away as quickly as I could.'' The youngster's mother said she was then approachedby a man with a camera.
This idea, contends Jensen, goes beyond the official psychiatric definition of ADD, which focuses on three areas of behavior: inattention (such as difficulty concentrating on or finishing school projects), impulsivity (such as interrupting others and blurting out answers to questions before they are completed) and hyperactivity (including difficulty staying seated and sitting still without fidgeting).
More than half blamed alcohol for blurting out the secrets.
I took a few hasty steps back, before blurting: "It's fascinating, nonetheless.
``I said I was sorry and that he was autistic and he didn't mean it and then the man started shouting, blurting out, roaring really so I picked up my son and t ook him away as quickly as I could.'' The youngster's mother said she was then approachedtook a photograph of the mark on t he boy's bottom and then passed her a mobile phone on the other end of w hich was a reporter from the News of the World.
As the lights dim slightly, the mother slowly retreats, her image blurting and finally disappearing.
Motoring expert Jeremy Clarkson put his foot in it by blurting out that the secret guest on This Is Your Life was ...him.
A BELGIAN stadium announcer is facing a fine of up to pounds 3,500 for blurting out an announcement I'm sure his colleagues all over the world would love to have made.
STEPHEN Byers told the truth for a change yesterday by blurting out plans for an early euro referendum.
Lindsay Davenport, who lost to the unseeded Mauresmo in the Open semifinal, apologized profusely after blurting, "I thought I was playing a guy, the girl was hitting it so hard." The eventual tournament winner, Martina Hingis, who said of Mauresmo to the German press, "Sie ist ein halber Mann" ("She is halfman"), was raked over the coals for her homophobia.
A MARRIED vicar shocked his bishop by blurting out: "I'm having an affair" during a job interview.
But he appeared to slap down Europe Minister Peter Hain for blurting out May 1, 2003 as the likely date for a referendum - as predicted in The Mirror last month.
"I'm interested in blurting those lines," he says, "finding the party in theater and theater in the party." It must be working, because The Donkey Show has been extended through Halloween, with signs of boogying to the brink of the millennium.
Cole lost his job with the BBC in 1987 after blurting out details of the Queen's Speech to reporters at a boozy lunch.