Without even thinking, I blurted out, “Ninety-five percent, easy.”
Well, I blurted out some of my dark history in Hallucinations, so much of it is known now.
I happened to run into the superintendent the day we got the news, and blurted out a question in an unguarded moment.
Explaining why she had recently missed several days of shooting, Lohan blurted out the news that she had a miscarriage.
During the bus ride from Hanoi's airport I blurted out the whole story to Joanne.
I blurted out "What is he that he should pester his betters with his attentions?"
"Great attractions, no doubt—to me invisible," blurted the major.
"I never said nothing at all about Greenberg & Sen," Aaron blurted out.
Primmie sniffed once more, gulped, and then blurted forth the explanation.
It screamed above them as though ten million devils were a-horse; and blurted out on to the wild Marches beyond.
1570s, probably echoic. Related: blurted; blurting. As a noun, 1570s, probably from the verb.