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steam (stēm) [AS. steam, vapor]
1. The invisible vapor into which water is converted at the boiling point.
2. The mist formed by condensation of water vapor.
3. Any vaporous exhalation.
the vapor created by heating water to 212°F (100°C).
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But in the view of Weberschmitt, it's also a healthy exercise in blowing off steam
I mean, he's out there, but [those writers] are mostly just blowing off steam
Ford told reporters he had been 'extremely inebriated' in the clip, which shows him apparently blowing off steam
He's just blowing off steam
because he made a boo-boo and only one guy even noticed.
Healthy relationships can withstand anything but your boyfriend blowing off steam
and aiming it right at you isn't healthy.
BOSTON -- Blowing off steam
may be one way to ease the pain of chronic headache.