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tr.v. blurt·ed, blurt·ing, blurts
To utter suddenly and impulsively: blurt a confession.

[Probably imitative.]

blurt′er n.


a person who blurts
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Andy, who was universally known as "Blurter" by cricketers across Merseyside, was a former Merchant Taylors' School pupil who enjoyed most sports.
Davies, 50, known across Merseyside cricket as 'Blurter', died on Wednesday following a short illness.
That "monitors" tend to cope better when provided with lots of information about a stressful situation, while "blurters" tend to cope better when able to avoid or distract themselves from threatening information [26].