go to (one's) grave

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go to (one's) grave

To die. I'm just worried that you'll go to your grave angry at your sister.
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I go to his grave as often as I can to be with my boy.
She said: "I am overwhelmed that so many people are willing to go to his grave and place a poppy there.
He must not go to his grave thinking that he has committed the perfect murder.
About another cable which claimed he rejected former Pakistani President Pervez Musharrafs proposals and vowed to go to his grave without compromising on his insistence on Kashmirs independence or accession to Pakistan, the veteran leader said, he has opposed and will always oppose any such move that goes against the sacrifices and the historic reality of Kashmir issue.
Heartless Thomas Kelly let his pal Daniel Finn go to his grave with his heartbroken relatives thinking he was speeding in the jeep which smashed into a bridge.
Stephen, 49, added: "We go to his grave every week and we celebrate his birthday but as the anniversary of the accident looms, it's horrendous.
I go to his grave often but it makes it all the harder knowing his flowers are being vandalised.
This is a president who will likely go to his grave haunted by U.
Lenny Webster, the Baltimore catcher who watched the ball roll to his side as Grissom crossed the plate, will go to his grave insisting it was foul.
I'm sorry that he [Llewellyn] will probably go to his grave thinking that I'm one of the world's worst people.