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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of blurt.


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  • Drawing out some books at the desk, and while the man was stamping the cards, Martin blurted out: -

    Chapter 7

  • As the entire press corps has said, Sen. McCain blurted out a “shoot-from-the-hip” attack that amounts to empty bluster.

    Hula and Hawaiian Shirts at Obama’s Fund-Raiser - The Caucus Blog -

  • Over at "Random Thoughts and Ramblings" yesterday, "Linda L's brain blurted out":


  • "Yes, Father, no, Father, I will, Father!" and never a word blurted out from the heart.

    The Devil's Novice

  • If I am expected, however, to fall under the management of the daughter of the house on the terms blurted out by that fidgety nephew of hers, I will fly for my life.

    Opening a Chestnut Burr

  • So, we never even knew that they were here, but the militia captain with our team did, and he kind of blurted it out.

    Red Storm Rising

  • This was kind of blurted out and she observed me closely.

    Humanistic Nursing

  • "So I kind of blurted out: 'I want to host a newscast where the viewers tell me what's news because nobody cares about this.'

    How NY1's The Call Pioneered Crowdsourcing the News

  • Buzz words used to fill me with nausea - one year it was all about ` provenance `, then it was ` relative profile `, followed by some other LOB catch word that was presumably blurted out with casual authority at a gathering in the senior officers mess on a mess night - yes, my outfit had these, with quasi-military ` mess dress ` to go with it.

    If You Want Loyalty - Get A Dog. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Those who are in possession of the names can all feel terribly clever – and cleverer still when trying to break the boundaries, as Louise Bagshawe MP did when she almost blurted one out on Have I Got News For You.

    Sex, killers, and the twisted narrative of the superinjunction


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