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Synonyms for bury



  • forget
  • break with
  • draw a veil over
  • think no more of
  • consign to oblivion
  • put in the past
  • not give another thought to

Synonyms for bury

to place (a corpse) in or as if in a grave

to put or keep out of sight

Synonyms for bury

cover from sight

Related Words

place in a grave or tomb

place in the earth and cover with soil

enclose or envelop completely, as if by swallowing

embed deeply

dismiss from the mind


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The story is predictable, from the bust-up between best friends to the moment they bury the hatchet and dance together in memory of a kid killed in a drive-by.
What he obviously didn't do, though, was get the two sides to bury the hatchet or resolve their old disputes.
THE CRANBERRIES: Bury The Hatchet (Island) - Some of this is beautiful but you still want to bury that hatchet right in Delores' overblown ego at times.
But the winger, who made two goals and scored a superb third, hopes to bury the hatchet with Fenwick this week.
It's time for both companies to bury the hatchet and declare a meaningful patent peace that is in the best interest of our customers, shareholders, partners and employees," said Wim Roelandts, president and CEO of Xilinx.
CHRISTIAN GROSS last night urged Aston Villa boss John Gregory to bury the hatchet with David Ginola and put the Frenchman in his team for every game.
At some point Parks and the league must find a way to bury the hatchet completely.
They are now back with a bestselling album, Bury the Hatchet, which topped the charts around the world.
First the Happy Mondays reformed and with rumours that The Stone Roses may finally bury the hatchet comes more news - Flowered Up have got back together for the first time in 14 years to play five shows.
We certainly have it in our hearts to bury the hatchet with Al Davis, an eccentric fellow who on an implausible whim decided to pull up roots here at a time when his Raiders had the entire L.