until (one's) dying day

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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.
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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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I don't because it's been striking to me how many people have got in touch with me from my own local party saying - of course there are people who are ardent Corbynistas and they will be until their dying day - 'I only joined the Labour Party to support Jeremy' but I'm sorry this just can't go on.
The horror of this reality will live with Brett and Naghmeh King until their dying day.
The country will slowly continue to suffocate in these debts, which hard-working people like me will pay until their dying day.
They love an extravagant celebration, and the desire to mark life's big landmarks begins the moment they are born and lasts until their dying day it seems.
When anybody passes a bill and it's passed, they seem to think it's set in stone until their dying day.
Thirdly, and most important, we would be responsible for our racers until their dying day.
The majority of our members were told by doctors that they would never walk again; that they would be 'confined' to a wheelchair until their dying day.
Speaking exclusively to Wales on Sunday, Clive Elliott, operational director of the Victims Of Crime Trust, expressed his dismay at the prospect of Moore enjoying freedom while the families of his victims mourn their loss until their dying day.
California taxpayers must either turn up the heat now, or be prepared to pay the car tax until their dying day.
Keir Hardie, Jimmy Maxton, Nye Bevan, Jimmy Reid and Jim Airlie fought until their dying day to bring such rights to the impoverished working masses of their day.
The great tragedy is the McColgan children will carry the scars of their nightmare until their dying day.
Judge David Hodson told Thompson: "There's no evidence to prove that you have any responsibility for her death, but I would imagine until their dying days the relatives of that lady will be completely and utterly persuaded it was your actions that precipitated her death.
Passing sentence, Judge David Hodson told Thompson: "There is no evidence to prove that you have any responsibility for her death, but I would imagine until their dying days the relatives of that lady will be utterly and completely persuaded it was your actions that precipitated that lady's death.