meet your maker

meet (one's) maker

To die. Please stop speeding, I don't want to meet my maker today!
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meet your maker

die. humorous or euphemistic
This expression alludes to the Christian belief that, after death, the soul goes to be judged by God, its creator.
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meet your ˈMaker

(especially humorous) die: The car was out of control. There was nothing I could do except prepare to meet my maker!
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You can meet your maker at the annual "Holiday Festival of Crafts'' Nov.
SO it seems you are born in Rhyl, work and live all your life in Rhyl, get married in Rhyl, raise your family in Rhyl, pay all Denbighshire county councils bills they send you for the privilege of living in Rhyl, but when it's time to meet your maker, DCC wont let you get put to rest in Rhyl.
ly If you don't you'll be going meet your maker sooner than you think.
Well, that has to remain a secret as you never know where or when you are going to meet your maker.
This month's Meet Your Maker local craft show is today at the Pizza Research Institute's new location.
It's about getting yourself in the right frame of mind to meet your maker.
n Fifty ways to meet your maker is what Six Feet Under should be subtitled, as every show opens with someone dying.
And what better way to meet your maker than in a tartan coffin.
At the London Dungeon you can follow in the bloody footsteps of Jack the Ripper, enjoy a grisly date with Madame Guillotine and experience the ultimate trip: JUDGEMENT DAY - SENTENCED TO DEATH a terrifying, one-way boat ride to meet your maker.