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Synonyms for vent

Synonyms for vent

an open space allowing passage

to utter publicly

to discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

Synonyms for vent

a hole for the escape of gas or air

external opening of urinary or genital system of a lower vertebrate

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a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which molten lava and gases erupt

a slit in a garment (as in the back seam of a jacket)

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activity that frees or expresses creative energy or emotion

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give expression or utterance to

expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen

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To another question he said people of Balochistan were as much patriotic as were Sindhi, Balochi and Pushtoon, Punjabi and Saraiki adding it was but natural that they would continue to give vent to their resentment unless their due rights were returned to them.
Youngsters need to channel their energies and give vent to their thoughts.
To give vent to her anger, Von D took to twitter to which Jeff retaliated by calling her hypocritical.
We can indulge in road rage attacks carried out for the most trivial reasons, give vent to our anger and frustration by attacking pensioners and if they should die as a result, well, we might go to prison for 18 months or so but, hey, that's a small price to pay for the pleasure of losing self-control and hitting someone.
Anyone venturing into Albert Square this week would be wise to duck, as both Stacey and Pat give vent to their anger.
We, their disciples, not having their background, experience, or maturity, felt free to give vent to our jealousies and hostilities.
HE IS known to give vent to emotion during closely fought contests on the field.
According to sources, the irate people who were protesting against unscheduled and prolonged electricity load shedding set on fire Bao Train to give vent to their anger.
It seems apparent from the tone of his letter he has been a die-hard monarchist all along and is using a legitimate public protestation by republicans as an opportunity to give vent to his vitriol regarding republicans.
lStarter Keith Brown is given a police escort back to the weighing room as racegoers give vent to their displeasure amid a row about what did or did not happen with the false start flag.
There are elections coming up, too, and it wouldn't surprise me at all if drivers used the ballot in May to give vent to their feelings about this new, unfair tax on motorists?
More significantly, in his masterpiece Capra was able to find a formula where he could give vent to the potential of film for fantasy while satisfying the audience's demand for naturalism.
To give vent to my feelings, on my way into the talks I'd pass the two guards outside the door and punch them in the stomach.
These conspiracy theories, Mr Knight argues, are increasingly 'less likely to give vent to alarmist fears about an occasional irruption of the normal order of things, than to express a not entirely unfounded suspicion that the normal order.
He said the teenager first intended to surprise people and to give vent to his anger but later went to extremes.