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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbygonesby‧gones /ˈbaɪɡɒnz $ -ɡɒːnz/ noun   let bygones be bygones
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bygonesNor was he willing to let bygones be bygones once a quarrel had finally come to an end.It raps a defector over the knuckles instantly but, after that, lets bygones be bygones.McVie credits Buckingham for letting bygones be bygones.
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