The Language of Love, Lust, Sexand All the Many-Splendored Things in Between in Teenspeak - Jockspeak - Menglish - Slanglish - Spanglish Gaylese - Americanese - Britspeak - Ozslang - Funetic Populo-Vulgar Speech - T-Shirt & Net Shorthand Pompo-Verbosity & other Figurative Lingos
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SYNONYMS: agree to differ/disagree; be ready to forgive; be reconciled; be friendly ; bury the hatchet; come to an understanding; extend the hand of forgiveness; fix things up ; forgive and be friends again; let bygones be bygones; make-it up ; mediate; mitigate; patch things up ; reconciliate; restore harmony; shake hands; start over; wipe the slate clean .
(1) Cherry (Margaret Sullavan) and Anthony (Henry Fonda) in The Moon's Our Home (1936):
-- Cherry Chester: ' Wait a minute. Have I told you about my temper? '
-- Anthony Amberton: ' I've had complaints about mine .'
-- Cherry Chester: ' We'll fight every day .'
-- Anthony Amberton: ' We'll make-up every night .'
-- Cherry Chester: ' I'll leave you over and over again .'
-- Anthony Amberton: ' I'll always find you .'
(2) Bake/Baker (Fred Astaire) and Sherry (Ginger Rogers) in Follow the Fleet (1936):
-- Baker: ' It's swell being with you again. Friends? '
-- Sherry: ' Friends .'
-- Baker: ' Let's kiss and make-up .'
-- Sherry: ' No, let's just make-up . That will give you something to work for .'
(3) From The Opposite Sex (1993): ' Make up or break-up .'