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: go, grave
References in classic literature ?
and there your memory on earth will end; other women have children to go to their graves, fathers, husbands.
Alan Barry said: "If successful, his comrades, my regiment the Grenadier Guards and his sisters will go to their grave knowing their brother has finally been located."
Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines willingly go to their grave for the salvation of such freedoms and liberties.
Why did most of them have to go to their grave before we recognised their suffering and their sacrifice?
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.
Many of the latter will go to their graves holding firm to their beliefs, that this is a matter of salvation.
Last night the senior aide to the prince explained: "Neither Prince Charles or Mrs Parker-Bowles are prepared to go to their graves with their current status unchanged.
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.
It will be equally tragic if any more of those brave men or their families are allowed to go to their graves before this shameful wrong is put right.