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.
See also: grave
References in classic literature ?
and there your memory on earth will end; other women have children to go to their graves, fathers, husbands.
Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines willingly go to their grave for the salvation of such freedoms and liberties.
There are fans out there who will go to their grave thinking I was the jerk.
If they have died, you go to their grave,'' Weiss said, as many of the inmates listened attentively.
There are thousands of young flowers out there who, I fear, will waste their sweetness on the desert air and go to their graves unnoticed.
The denial came after a Good Friday homily in St Peter's by a preacher who urged those who could help not to go to their graves with secrets.
But 13 million people who have already seen ``The Aviator,'' plus tens of millions more who will see it on DVD, will go to their graves thinking Hughes chose the company weatherman - an old guy dubbed the ``cloud professor'' after he helped Hughes locate clouds for the airplane fights in his first movie he made, ``Hell's Angels.
Many of the latter will go to their graves holding firm to their beliefs, that this is a matter of salvation.
He said at the time: "Ireland, and Cork in particular, expects these men to go to their graves broken-spirited and barren.
Second, most death row inmates go to their graves claiming a rebirth in Christ that will cleanse them of their sins and grant them entrance into heaven.