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.
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.