"They all pitched in at loading, then embarked and struck their oars into the sea" (472-473). After escaping the cyclops, they were on their boat rearing to get away.
"How do you like the beating that we gave you, you damned cannibal? Eater of guests under your roof" (478-480)! Odysseus enrages the beast by taunting him.
"The blind thing his doubled fury broke hilltop in his hands and heaved it after us" (Homer 481-482).
"Ahead of our black prow it struck and sank whelmed in a spamming geyser, a giant wave that washed the ship stern foremost back to shore" (483-485).
"So the long oars bent kicking the foam sternward, making head until we drew away, and twice as far" (489-491). Storming away as fast they could for two reasons, get away from the cyclops and get out of earshot for Odysseus.
"...and yelled: 'Cyclops, if ever mortal many inquire how you were put to shame and blinded, tell him Odysseus, raider of cities, took your eye: Laertes' son, whose home's on Ithaca"' (501-505). In his boast, Odysseus reveals his true identity.