Let bygones be bygones
Let past offenses and problems stay in the past; don't let them taint the present.
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Next night at dinner I proposed Sir Alister's health, and we all drank to him and his "bride-to-be."
While a one-step was in full swing some would-be wag suddenly turned off all the lights.
And hand-painting it allus seemed to me, is really elocution in oils; for a be-yutiful picture is a silent talker.The Soldier of the Valley|Nelson Lloyd
Other Idioms and Phrases with Let bygones be bygones
What's done is done; don't worry about the past, especially past errors or grievances. For example, Bill and Tom shook hands and agreed to let bygones be bygones. [First half of 1600s]