Antonyms for pent-up

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It seemed a relief to the pent-up feelings to sing at the top of the voice.

Mercy had heard all, and her pent-up grief broke out in sobs.

Then, left alone with her pent-up emotions, she no longer resisted them.

He smiled knowingly at her, and Marion loosed some of her pent-up laughter.

He would like to have had a few at that moment as a relief to his pent-up emotions.

Then it came over me how pent-up all this intensity of feeling must be.

The tense listener expelled his pent-up breath in a grunt of disgust.

At that the pent-up rage which I had so long stemmed broke out.

Then she departed to her own quarters to give vent to her pent-up wrath.

She lavished all the pent-up affection of an unloved existence on her husband.