Phrasal-Nouns – Letter W (With Prepositions)

–  Prepositional Phrasal-Nouns – Letter W  –


(a) Force To Be Reckoned With – See Phrasal Nouns – Letter “F”, for “Force” – Or – Prepositional Phrases – “With”

(something is) Water Under The Bridge – This is a phrasal noun to describe something that, though at the time, caused much pain, anger, upset, etc., happened so long in the past or is no longer thought of with resentment, that it is like *water under the bridge*…  Meaning:  As water flowing in a river never stays in the same place and even with a slow moving river, is gone soon after it passes under the bridge – so too do the feelings of resentment about this situation that this phrase describes.

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