Definition of blurt in English:

blurt

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Pronunciation: /bləːt
 
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verb

[with object]
Say (something) suddenly and without careful consideration: she blurted out the truth [with direct speech]: ‘It wasn’t my idea,’ Gordon blurted
More example sentences
  • Suddenly a thought occurred to his young mind and he blurted it out before thinking it properly through.
  • When describing his test debut he blurts it out.
  • She just sometimes blurts things out before she thinks, and I think we should try to forgive it and go on.
Synonyms
utter suddenly, exclaim, ejaculate, tell, babble, jabber, call out, cry out, burst out with, come out with; divulge, disclose, reveal, betray, leak, let slip, let out, give away, give the game away, bring to light

Origin

late 16th century: probably imitative.

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