verb (used with object)
Origin of blurt
Examples from the Web for blurted
I happened to run into the superintendent the day we got the news, and blurted out a question in an unguarded moment.
During the bus ride from Hanoi's airport I blurted out the whole story to Joanne.The Surprisingly Good Flight 370 Novel: Author Scott Maka Defends His Controversial Book|Tim Teeman|June 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Members of the Grassy Sprain Country Club, near New York City, blurted out a story that had been on their minds for a month.
Explaining why she had recently missed several days of shooting, Lohan blurted out the news that she had a miscarriage.Lindsay Lohan Reveals Miscarriage: The Most Shocking Moments From 'Lindsay'|Kevin Fallon|April 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sher blurted out everything to his climbing partner, Karim Hayat, trying to explain what Karim already knew.
He paused a moment scratching his head in perplexity, and then blurted forth without reserve.Paradise Garden|George Gibbs
He wished now that Bolland had given him a hiding before he blurted out his news.The Revellers|Louis Tracy
It would have been simply giving away 'The Towers' to have blurted it all out then.Bluebell|Mrs. George Croft Huddleston
But, at any rate, the news of Pincher's windfall was blurted far and wide, and his reputation rose accordingly.Pincher Martin, O.D.|H. Taprell Dorling
Jack had fixed innocent questioning eyes upon him and presently he blurted out, "No, I don't want her to marry him."The Four Corners Abroad|Amy Ella Blanchard
British Dictionary definitions for blurted
Word Origin for blurt
Word Origin and History for blurted
1570s, probably echoic. Related: blurted; blurting. As a noun, 1570s, probably from the verb.