Examples of blurt in a Sentence
“Gosh, you look awful!” she blurted.
Recent Examples of blurt from the Web
Viewers worked on theories all season … and … Bernard just … blurted it out when Elsie asked.
This is a pretty pervasive thing in the family drama or the American domestic tragedy — the breakdown of communication so that things can later be blurted out, and heard.
President Trump blurted out during the campaign that the deal should be blocked altogether.
Even as fans blurted out their own congratulatory exclamations, the pit crew remained somewhat subdued.
Though often rooted in place with her bass, Kilbane finds creative ways to make her lines dynamic — blurting them out, then gulping in surprise at what came out of her mouth.
Finally, Russell blurted out that Rhys had a crush on Kim Kardashian West.
Suddenly, and incongruously, the electronic voice would blurt out some reply.
In the well-populated opening, John Goodman popped in as fired-by-tweet Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, wrestled with anger and blurted that Trump is a moron.
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BLURT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blurt for English Language Learners
: to say (something) suddenly and without thinking about how people will react
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