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to speak suddenly or sharply, as from surprise or emotion

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By the end of the weekend his phrases got repetitive and he seemed like one of those dolls, a drunken one, where you pull a string and it blurts out a phrase.
Will they agree not to leave the room if the reporter blurts out [Bonesman code word] '322' ...?"
A prudent man keeps his knowledge to himself,but the heart of fools blurts out folly.''
Adapted by Anderson (If These Walls Could Talk 2) from her 1988 play, Normal Begins when Roy (Tom Wilkinson of In the Bedroom) blurts out that he's spent his life as a woman trapped in a man's body.
Then there is George Bush - the only thing which distinguishes him from his dad is that 'W' which everyone blurts out but nobody knows what it stands for.
Among them: "often has difficulty organizing tasks and activities," "is often easily distracted by extraneous stimuli," "often fidgets with hands or feet or squirms in seat," and "often blurts out answers before questions have been completed." As Walker and DeGrandpre both note, parents are frequently surprised to learn that the clinical observation of these symptoms, over the span of a 10-minute doctor's consultation, is the sole basis of an ADHD diagnosis.
Eventually Frankie can take no more of the venom and blurts out the truth about the affair.
Poor JD is left in such anguish that he blurts out his feelings for her.
In an unguarded moment, Joshua Hammer's translator blurts out an astonishing description of his fellow Palestinian Christians.
Meanwhile, even he knows that he and intellectual, humorless Grace are ill matched; when he blurts out that he loves her, he's left "feeling barefoot surrounded by broken glass." When she finally breaks up with him, he realizes that "I gave my heart away to somebody who never wanted it." Salvation lies in Colt's unlikely but growing friendship with a new classmate, a forthright girl with green hair who sees through his tough-guy facade and tutors him in English.
In desperation he blurts out that he actually went there to kill himself.
Back at teatime, Justin arrives at Ali's funeral and finally blurts out that it was Ali who stabbed Macki.
In fact, she can't name a single Democratic candidate, but blurts out, "Anyone but Bush."
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!"