- v. present participle of vent.
- n. the act of venting
“This leaves you with a lot of options and since the venting is small, you can easily add a pellet stove into your home decor quite easily.”
“And I went through that with them in venting sessions … And of course I started having dreams about what if my ex-boyfriend got married to someone else?”
“And when your done that you can lick my cult ..... awwww venting is awesome. angdesj”
“That works if you aren't interested in venting the propane exhaust outside.”
“I have been awakened on many a summer's night to the smell of illegal venting from a nearby gas drilling pad ... an who is responsible for monitoring this?”
“As we are still in the process of refurbishing the house, perhaps you could tell us what all this trapping and venting is about in lay terms.”
“Am I just a scapegoat, and the object of venting, that is a necessary relief valve absolving all of Wall Street?”
“It was going on five in the afternoon when Buddy hit upon the idea of venting a little spleen on Isaac & Ishmael's.”
“It's called venting and it is necessary to keep your sanity and keep doing this job.”
“Pop psychology has long preached the virtue of relieving anger by "venting" it — punching a pillow, or, perhaps, beating a fairway with a five iron — rather than stewing in it.”
Looking for tweets for venting.