till/to/until your dying day

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till (one's) dying day

For the entirety or remainder of one's life. Till my dying day, I will never forgive him for what he's done to our family. Despite all her doctors' warnings, my grandmother smoked cigarettes like a chimney till her dying day.
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to (one's) dying day

For the entirety or remainder of one's life. to my dying day, I will never forgive him for what he's done to our family. Despite all her doctors' warnings, my grandmother smoked cigarettes like a chimney to her dying day.
See also: dying

until (one's) dying day

For the entirety or remainder of one's life. until my dying day, I will never forgive him for what he's done to our family. Despite all her doctors' warnings, my grandmother smoked cigarettes like a chimney until her dying day.
See also: dying, until
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to your dying day

for the rest of your life.
1967 George Mackay Brown A Calendar of Love This one always was and ever will be to his dying day a garrulous long-winded old man.
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till/to/until your ˌdying ˈday

for as long as you live: I swear I won’t forgive her to my dying day!
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References in classic literature ?
Treasure the moments, for the immortal gods have given you the Greatest Gift of All, and it will be a sweet, sad memory till your dying day. You will never again enjoy that careless rapture.
Don't wait till your dying day, For that may not be far away, You dirty blackleg miner.
However, if you're worried they'll take your decision to heart after you've gone and if you're going to worry about it till your dying day, then it's best to address it now.
It takes courage to fight for a cause till your dying day. It also takes courage to reach a point when you can attempt to move on.
Of course, father knows best in the end, as the elder Davis reminds his son that "The blues is in your blood, boy/ You can't get away/ The blues'll be with you/ Till your dying day.'