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 ?
That I am the man I say, you need not doubt; for why should I go to my grave with so cheap a lie in my mouth?
I know that I will go to my grave Professor Sprout, whatever else I've Admired for her wide-reaching work, including her one woman stage show Dickens' Women, and engaging exchanges on radio and TV shows, Margolyes credits her older parents for her love of a good natter.
MY ROCK For your love I will always crave Until I go to my grave You mean so much to me I hope you will understand and see Like the words in a song We've not spoken for so long I idolised you Something I bet you never knew?
I'll probably be reading it up until the time I go to my grave, and maybe after that, if "G&A" is ever put out in Ouija board format.
There was a time when punters leant heavily on the Channel 4 version of teletext for latest price info, and I will go to my grave knowing Sporting Index were on page 604 and IG on 608.
All you will remember about me when I go to my grave is some bloody Chelsea shirt" - David Mellor, former Tory Cabinet minister who fiercely denies the claim that he was wearing a Chelsea football shirt when in bed with his mistress.
It makes we want to cry to think I'll go to my grave never having sex again.
At the time, he said: "I will go to my grave believing she did not die in an accident.
I will go to my grave with all my secrets, all my stories.
I didn't want to go to my grave knowing that someone was mentally disturbed because I laughed at them.
If, indeed, it was a tear--as I will go to my grave suspecting that it was--I would have understood.
I'll go to my grave believing that was William Robinson's,'' Freeman said in September, when he was already made an invalid by prostate cancer that had metastasized against his spine.
It's now one of the things I shall probably go to my grave with: married in a green anorak.
I decided I could not go to my grave without seeing my child again.
However I am very proud that I am learning now and can go to my grave Knowing that I can speaK my native tongue.