Examples of blurt in a Sentence
“Gosh, you look awful!” she blurted.
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During the Monday night game between the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears, Gruden blurted out the Alabama rallying cry after a big hit by Adrian Amos.
People in Mayweather’s entourage in the crowd routinely blurted things out, Mayweather scolding the person involved at every turn, including during the stare down.
Sometimes former officials, without authorization, publish memoirs recounting high-level internal conversations, or officials blurt out secret information at a congressional hearing.
Played with a furtive quality by Julia Brothers, Robyn is in turn obviously perplexed by Sharon, the nervously chatty and sunny empty nester who keeps blurting out inappropriate questions and embarrassing observations.
Anderson, who spoke earlier, blurted out a response from the back of the courtroom before her friend covered her mouth.
As the hearing concluded, Perez’s widow blurted out to the judge, asking to approach the teen for one reason.
One day James, whose forceful personality was legend, took aside her favorite nurse and blurted:
That looseness can tip easily into blurting, flatulence and worse.
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