Definition of 'let bygones be bygones'
Example sentences containing 'let bygones be bygones'
He had to be charming to this very important customer, but he also wanted to like him, as a man, to let bygones be bygones.SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (1990)
She probably met him again by chance through mutual friends and decided to let bygones be bygones for the sake of her art.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (1990)
`We got on the blower to him, like what you said, boss, Told him as how you was wanting to let bygones be bygones, like.THE FIVE MILLION DOLLAR PRINCE (1990)
In effect the two incidents canceled each other out, and she was willing to let bygones be bygones.SORT OF RICH (1990)
Definition of let bygones be bygones from the Collins English Dictionary
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