To utter suddenly and impulsively: blurt a confession. (verb-transitive)
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Use "blurt" in a sentence
"After a buzz: If consulting occurs, the consulting is then classified as a blurt as in previous rule, and 4 penalty points will be awarded to the opposing team."
"I was talking to Huffpo's Paul Abrams about McCain's recent random, counterproductive "blurt" about not wanting to talk to friend Spain and not talking to our enemies."
"Each change under full throttle is accompanied by a small "blurt" sound, as unburned petrol escapes into the exhaust system, only to explode in that heat."