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  • v. Present participle of vent.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the act of venting


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • 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.

    Dick Van Hoff’s Wood Burning Tile Stove

  • 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?

    Taylor Swift's Solo Act

  • And when your done that you can lick my cult ..... awwww venting is awesome. angdesj

    Hi. I'm Megan Fox.

  • That works if you aren't interested in venting the propane exhaust outside.

    Venting Stoves/Ovens

  • 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?

    The Marcellus Shale - Your Shi Poo Pi!

  • 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.

    Toilet Paper

  • Am I just a scapegoat, and the object of venting, that is a necessary relief valve absolving all of Wall Street?

    Bernie Madoff - A Letter Of Explanation?

  • It was going on five in the afternoon when Buddy hit upon the idea of venting a little spleen on Isaac & Ishmael's.

    Skinny Legs and All

  • It's called venting and it is necessary to keep your sanity and keep doing this job.

    about a nurse

  • 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.

    The Importance of Being Angry


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