Don't lose sleep and fester on it.
Letting matters fester or shoving important topics aside often leads to a bigger problem later.
fester on the margins.
Anyway I mean, if you confront something instead of letting it fester, it might be easier to deal with.
fester smell far worse than weeds. ' WHAT?
fester for years without any attempt to update them!
You'll nurse this wound and if you don't find some way to reconcile your pain, it'll fester into a mighty stumbling block in your life.
Does the controversy about its tail section still fester?
Whinge when you want to Don't hold back negative feelings inside where they'll just fester.
Kept under wraps in deference to " political correctness, " the discontent will only fester.
fester indefinitely in a foreign jail under any conditions let alone without charge is morally reprehensible.
fester too long because they are not grabbed.
Fester, Die Bayreuther Schwester Friedrichs des Grossen (Berlin, 1902).
If allowed to fester, stress can eventually cause more severe health issues, including diseases and health complications.
Don't shove that feeling down; it's important that you give voice to that anger because otherwise, it'll just fester.
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