(1) Children give vent to their anger in various ways.
(2) She wanted to give vent to the fury boiling within her.
(3) Such people are ready to give vent to their resentment whenever a Volunteer commits even a minor transgression.
(4) Nevertheless(Sentencedict), she was sufficiently alert to give vent to her usual state of ill-humour.
(5) The Soviets again give vent to their underlying suspition.
(6) Also had to give vent tube.
(7) He give vent to his feelings in an impassioned speech.
(8) We both give vent to our grief without control.
(9) This time he had a good chance to give vent to his anger.
(10) The meeting will be an opportunity for everyone to give vent to their feelings.
(11) If the children had a complaint about their parents, she helped them give vent to it.
(12) Understanding anger and aggression Forms of anger and aggression Children give vent to their anger in various ways.
(13) It may be sufficient to listen to Joseph and allow him to give vent to his anger.
(14) The An in the idea trembles-listen to his meaning, can't be want chase me this catastrophe headman, take to to his way the friends the sea is smooth to give vent to rage?
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