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Hesitatingly, and like a clumsy yokel, I blurted: I have been wondering whether you cared for the performance I gave?
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
A shiver ran through the people; and old Peyton blurted out, "I shall not go home to-night."
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 17, NO. 101, MARCH, 1866VARIOUS
"Yes; I mean—but then—my father might not like me to come and see you," blurted out Rhoda, with a sort of quiet desperation.
A CHARMING FELLOW, VOLUME II (OF 3)FRANCES ELEANOR TROLLOPE
"You make all the difference," she blurted out after another pause.
TRISTRAM OF BLENTANTHONY HOPE
"Well, I got to say it," Fred half groaned and half blurted.
RAMSEY MILHOLLANDBOOTH TARKINGTON
"I don't believe I could beat you if we raced a hundred times," Twinkleheels blurted.
THE TALE OF PONY TWINKLEHEELSARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
"I can't think that you don't respect mother," he blurted out, and then his face grew scarlet.
CHOICE READINGS FOR THE HOME CIRCLEANONYMOUS
He blurted out his favorite expletive, lighted a new cigar, walked his room, and chafed like a caged tiger.
SEVENOAKSJ. G. HOLLAND
What gets me—and by George, it does get me— Brinsmade blurted out, is your assumption to speak for my country.
THE WASTED GENERATIONOWEN JOHNSON
"Those people are impossible, dearest," I blurted out when the car had moved away from the door.
THE SIGN OF SILENCEWILLIAM LE QUEUX

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