blurt


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Related to blurt: blurt out
See: interject
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But when he blurted out the title, "The Little White Bird," I was like one who had read the book to its last page.
"But I'll stand my watch on board hereafter," I blurted out a moment later.
Konstantin Levin felt himself morally pinned against a wall, and so he got hot, and unconsciously blurted out the chief cause of his indifference to public business.
You heard me say that everything was to be settled today at Nastasia Philipovna's, and you went and blurted it out here.
Of course I did reflect even then that it does not always happen that a man gets up and blurts out his whole story.
`You've been just awfully good to me, Lena,' I blurted.
Norman's last (https://www.ibtimes.com/what-nickelodeons-zoey-101-cast-doing-now-10-years-after-finale-2677016) Nickelodeon movie was 2018's "(https://www.ibtimes.com/jojo-siwa-daniella-perkins-dish-their-blurt-nickelodeon-movie-characters-2654461) Blurt " with Daniella Perkins and JoJo Siwa, while this will be Martin's first film on the network.
intu Braehead shopping centre has teamed up with mental health foundation Blurt in a bid to provide advice to customers and staff on managing their wellbeing over Christmas.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- China hopes the United States can learn a lesson and "not blurt things out", the foreign ministry said on Monday, after Zambia denied claims by a White House official that China is about to take over its state power utility to recover debt.
Jace Norman is swapping his Henry Danger super suit for something a bit more, well, presidential in Nickelodeon's Blurt (Feb.
I'll tell you what: If the group agrees, we'll go ahead and let you blurt out whatever burning desire you'd like to get off your chest, as long as it's relevant and appropriate to the topic." Once an agreement is reached, the group enters into a social contract with the participant.
A Durham University study that looked at 12,000 primary school pupils in England found children who "blurt out" responses perform better in maths and English.