Time heals all wounds

Idiom

Time heals all wounds

Definition

A proverb used to suggest that with the passage of time, even the deepest emotional and physical wounds can heal.

Examples

My heart was broken, but I knew that in time all wounds heal.

No matter what happens, try to remember that time heals all wounds.

I’m sure you’ll find comfort in knowing that time will eventually heal all wounds.

Don’t worry, they say that time heals all wounds.

It may take some time, but eventually all wounds heal with time.

Origin

Believed to have originated in the 17th century.

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