to utter suddenly or inadvertently; divulge impulsively or unadvisedly (usually followed by out): He blurted out the hiding place of the spy.
an abrupt utterance.
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How to use blurt in a sentence
But as soon as I see her it seems ridiculous to blurt out a speech like that the first thing.Out of the Hurly-Burly | Charles Heber Clark
I should just blurt it out and then flee like what's-a-name—the messenger that came to Jehu.Averil | Rosa Nouchette Carey
A man would blurt it out, and then I would know where I am at.The Copy-Cat and Other Stories | Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Demoralized, unstrung, they would blurt out the truth and so convict themselves.The Third Degree | Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow
Sometimes he thought that it would be more endurable to blurt out the truth and go into banishment.Shadows of Flames | Amelie Rives
British Dictionary definitions for blurt
(tr often foll by out) to utter suddenly and involuntarily
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