*spout (something) out*
Definition: to talk about something in a way that gives the impression that you are not thinking about what you are saying.
E.g.1: The teacher spouted his lessons out as if there were no students in the room.
E.g.2: You always spout out what your newspaper says – do you have any opinions of your own?
This phrasal verb can be separated (E.g. 1)