Another word for vent
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These verbs mean to give outlet to thoughts or emotions. To vent is to unburden oneself of a strong pent-up emotion: “She was jealous … and glad of any excuse to vent her pique” (Edward G.E.L. Bulwer-Lytton). Express, a more comprehensive term, refers to both verbal and nonverbal communication: found the precise words to express her idea; expressed his affection with a hug; “expressing emotion in the form of art” (T.S. Eliot). Utter involves vocal expression: “The words were uttered in the hearing of Montezuma” (William Hickling Prescott). Voice denotes the expression of outlook or viewpoint: The lawyer voiced her satisfaction with the verdict. To air is to show off one's feelings, beliefs, or ideas: They aired their differences during dinner.
Another word for ventnoun verb
To utter publicly:air, express, put, state, ventilate. Idiom: come out with. See show, words
To put into words:articulate, communicate, convey, declare, express, say, state, talk, tell, utter1, verbalize, vocalize, voice. Idiom: give tongue (or vent) (or voice) to. See words
To discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently:emit, give, give forth, give off, give out, issue, let off, let out, release, send forth, throw off. See free, move