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no news is good news

if something bad had happened, you would have been told: We haven’t heard that they got home safely, but I guess no news is good news.
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"no news is good news" in British English

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no news is good news

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said to make someone feel less worried when they have not received information about someone or something, because if something bad had happened, they would have been told about it: We haven't heard anything from the hospital today, but I suppose no news is good news.
(Definition of no news is good news from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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