blurt


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REPORT'S FINDINGS Youngsters with ADHD who blurt out answers in the classroom seem to achieve better results than those who don't
And if you're faced with the need to challenge your friend on the facts, don't blurt out, "You're wrong.
The work suggests that a blurt of low-frequency sound described as a bray might be a hunting call, reports Vincent Janik, now at the Woods Hole (Mass.
Stunned Frode, aged 30, managed to blurt out a "yes" just before the time ran out.
You definitely don't want to blurt out a number that's too high, because that might knock you out of the running.
When the interviewer asks why you want this job, you blurt out 'Because of the staff discount card.
Why not just blurt out the truth, even at the risk to one's livelihood?
A new girl named Amy is trying to join their group, but she tends to blurt out tactless things.
When you approach a bank clerk, for instance, you cannot simply blurt out your problem or question.
By exaggeration and eclipse, he made letters lose their memory of themselves and blurt out of the canvas as new forms.
Nearly 45 per cent said they blurt out secrets just to get it off their chests and then most of them feel guilty.