Even above the cannonading he could hear men give vent to savage cheering.
"Where the Souls of Men are Calling" by Credo Harris
He could scarcely consider the perspiration as an inconvenience, since it saved him from being baked by giving vent to the excess of caloric.
"Conversations on Chemistry, V. 1-2" by Jane Marcet
They were trying to frighten him from giving vent to his only method of showing his patriotism.
"Flash-lights from the Seven Seas" by William L. Stidger
Often had he to stop, to allow his father to give vent to his anguish.
"Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland Volume 17" by Alexander Leighton
He wrote to give vent to the passions of his heart.
"Suspended Judgments" by John Cowper Powys
Carson was at the point of giving vent to his fears, when the animal stopped.
"Where Strongest Tide Winds Blew" by Robert McReynolds
The warlike and revengeful spirit of the Indian began to give itself vent.
"The Great Events by Famous Historians, v. 13" by Various
Tommy had not ridden far before he began to give vent to his reigning passion, and asked William if he had ever seen an Arabian on horseback.
"The History of Sandford and Merton" by Thomas Day
And as he is "applying rationalism to a sphere above reason," the mystic may give full vent to his imaginative powers.
"Religion & Sex" by Chapman Cohen
But when she could, she would open the reservoirs of her soul and give full vent to her pent-up emotions.
"Carmen Ariza" by Charles Francis Stocking
But some people will give vent to their envy of the great.
"The Bright Face of Danger" by Robert Neilson Stephens
They both were forced to give vent to their feelings by loud cries.
"Astounding Stories, April, 1931" by Various
He heard Little Billy give vent to a satisfied grunt.
"Fire Mountain" by Norman Springer
As for myself, I was obliged for some time to stop to give vent to tears.
"East Anglia Personal Recollections and Historical Associations" by J. Ewing Ritchie
Many ingenious inventions have been contrived to give vent to their suppressed indignation.
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)" by Isaac Disraeli
Others waited for something really to be accomplished before giving vent to their repressed feelings.
"Jack Winters' Baseball Team" by Mark Overton
And it did him good to give vent to his anger; he had a feeling of well-being after having let off steam.
"Ditte: Girl Alive!" by Martin Andersen Nexo
When she reached the road she stopped still to give vent to a deep sigh of satisfaction.
"Dr. Rumsey's Patient" by L. T. Mead
To serve the always-malcontent, and give their spleen a chance for vent, a knave, a dunce, a stump!
"The Orpheus C. Kerr Papers. Series 2" by Robert H. Newell
But the storm that had been impending the whole afternoon, was just then giving full vent to its fury.
"The Song of Songs" by Hermann Sudermann
FOR as long as there have been teenagers -- about 50 years, give or take -- there have been movies designed to soothe their misery, give vent to their frustration and lay claim to their hard-won allowances and after-school minimum wages.
In an upper middle class Connecticut home, circa 1960-something, Agnes, very much in control, gives vent to her carefully delineated fantasy.
In fact, the site gives you all the time you need to vent.
I'm giving you a place to vent.
Latrell Sprewell is only the latest in a long string of angry young men whose message to sports fans, who are frequently adolescents, is that it is acceptable to give vent to your rage.