Definition of Water under the bridge

1. Noun. Past events to be put aside. "Let bygones be bygones"

Exact synonyms: Bygone
Generic synonyms: Past, Past Times, Yesteryear
Derivative terms: Bygone



Definition of Water under the bridge

1. Noun. (idiomatic) Something in the past that cannot be controlled or undone, but must be accepted, forgiven, or forgotten. ¹

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water to my mill
water torch
water tower
water towers
water travel
water tree
water trefoil
water trumpet
water tube
water tunnel
water tupelo
water turbine
water turbines
water turkey
water turkeys
water under the bridge (current term)
water vapor
water vapor pressure
water vapors
water vapour
water vapours
water vascular system
water vine
water violet
water viper
water vole
water voles
water waggon
water wagon
water wheel

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