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Let Off Steam

Let Off Steam - to get angry/yell; to relieve stress

  • My boss had a hard day, He wants to go to the park to let off steam.
  • My sister was very upset. She was yelling just to let off steam.
  • I need to relax, and let off steam.
  • My sister always likes to sit near the lake to let off steam.
  • The doctor is under a lot of stress. He needs to let off steam, before he goes home.
  • It is good to walk, so we can let off steam.

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Lighten Up

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Let The Cat Of The Bag

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