end (one's) days

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end (one's) days

To spend one's final days in a particular way or place. I've already told my kids that I don’t want to end my days in a nursing home.
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ˌend your ˈdays/ˈlife (in something)

spend the last part of your life in a particular state or place: He ended his days in poverty.
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The company entered administration after a failed attempt to sell the business, bringing to an end days of speculation over the future of the retailer.
Cameron took the unusual step on Sunday to end days of questions about his personal wealth caused by the mention of his late father's offshore fund in the Panama Papers.
It brings to an end days of escalating tension between the warring states, which started with shelling from both sides.
DEFENCE giant BAE Systems was to end days of speculation today by announcing around 3,000 job cuts.
A couple of hits is all it takes to make believers out of Hollywood executives, and so NBC - which, frankly, is in need of a miracle this season - is presenting the limited series ``Revelations,'' about the end days as foretold in the final book of the New Testament.
It's no more credible than the standard UFO picture (grainy, blurry, uncomposed, as if it had been taken by a blind person in a fast-moving automobile), though with its glossy surface, incandescent colors, and clever composition, perhaps it at least makes the end days a bit more toothsome.