blurt out

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v blurt out utter impulsively "He blurted out the secret","He blundered his stupid ideas"
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Usage

In literature:

Tode's egotism would have compelled him to blurt out that fact.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, May, 1930" by Various
Suddenly he blurted out an irrelevant remark.
"The One-Way Trail" by Ridgwell Cullum
Upon this Berkeley blurted out that they were all "fools and loggerheads".
"Virginia under the Stuarts 1607-1688" by Thomas J. Wertenbaker
Kate," he blurted out, "I never felt such a fool in all my life!
"Kildares of Storm" by Eleanor Mercein Kelly
At dinner-time, when the General hobbled to his buggy on my arm, I made again the remark I had blurted out so inopportunely.
"The Romance of a Plain Man" by Ellen Glasgow
She began to cry, and blurted out that the gentleman had insulted her.
"My Secret Life, Volumes I. to III." by Anonymous
Miss Owens blurted out the story to Principal Sills.
"The Merriweather Girls and the Mystery of the Queen's Fan" by Lizette M. Edholm
He did not want him to have the news blurted out to him without any preparation.
"The Making of Mona" by Mabel Quiller-Couch
My dear Mr. Rumplestein-O'Grady, do you expect me to charge into a police station and blurt out this ridiculous story?
""To Invade New York...."" by Irwin Lewis
He blurted out the news that was oppressing him, to his own great relief.
"When Ghost Meets Ghost" by William Frend De Morgan
Then he blurted out at once the errand that had brought him.
"The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries" by Various
Yet he blurted it out without any hesitation.
"The Rushton Boys at Rally Hall" by Spencer Davenport
Once she almost blurted out the question; but she stayed the words in time.
"Coquette" by Frank Swinnerton
ANTOINETTE (stands with her back to him, blurts out).
"The German Classics, v. 20" by Various
I decided that I lacked courage to blurt out my desire that way.
"Aliens" by William McFee
I was only trying to blurt out what I've been thinking out, concerning our private interests.
"John March, Southerner" by George W. Cable
For a moment he obviously hesitated, then blurted out what he had in mind.
"The Girl in the Mirror" by Elizabeth Garver Jordan
It wasn't strictly proper to blurt out his own theories.
"The Egyptian Cat Mystery" by Harold Leland Goodwin
It was Wilfred who blurted it out instead.
"The Youngest Girl in the School" by Evelyn Sharp
I blurted out a lot of stuff.
"The Garden of Eden" by Max Brand
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In news:

Deliriously happy Rachel (Kim Tobin) adores Christmas, but her husband (Zach Bruton) suddenly blurts out that he's taken a contract out on her life.
Column as I see 'em … I inappropriately blurted out what at the time was intended to be a funny remark during last Tuesday night's fiscal court meeting.
Legend has it that Jah Wobble was christened by old college buddy Sid Vicious, who blurted out an exaggerated mispronounciation of his given name, John Wardle, after a long night of debauchery.
At one heated point in Monday night's South Carolina Democratic debate, a perturbed Barack Obama finally blurted out to Hillary Clinton what millions of others have been thinking these past weeks.
The best supporting actor winner blurted out De Niro's name at the end of his speech -- as the show cut away to commercial.
Not knowing what will happen hasn't stopped me from blurting out nonsensical speculation in the past.
I'm tempted to blurt out that Papaya Street Grill makes the best fast food in town.
We have to admit, we already love having a vice-president that just blurts stuff out without really caring about the ramifications.
I get the feeling people are hoping BLAKE SHELTON will blurt out something borderline obscene when he co-hosts Sunday's ACMs with REBA MCENTIRE.
The eyewitness, Landu Mvuemba, met with Innocence Matters representatives in 2010 and immediately blurted out that he had lied at the trial, said O'Connor, who heads the group.
5, 2010) I blurt things out at inopportune times.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Supreme Court upheld on Tuesday a US government crackdown on profanity on television, a policy that subjects broadcasters to fines for airing a single expletive blurted out on a live show.
Sure, the soon- to-be crowned King blurted out a few indelicate words, but we were able to watch this movie without risk of trauma, shock or boredom.
Jwoww blurted out the new name during an interview thursday.
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