Definition of 'bury the hatchet'
Example sentences containing 'bury the hatchet'
`You know, Alice, you and I haven't always seen eye to eye, but maybe this is a good time to bury the hatchet.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
Synonyms of 'bury the hatchet'
make up, make peace, cease hostilities
Definition of bury the hatchet from the Collins English Dictionary
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