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, to
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Old SmallWays went to his grave under an intricate network of wires and cables, for Bun Hill became not only a sort of minor centre of power distribution--the Home Counties Power Distribution Company set up transformers and a generating station close beside the old gas-works--but, also a junction on the suburban mono-rail system.
Doreen went to his grave last year and replaced a worn photograph, laid flowers and "did the things she needed to do".
A man who went to his grave with regrets, but too few to mention, because his waistline fooled society into thinking when he bit off more than he could chew, it was only his mum's hotpot.
Sir Jimmy S gr g ave as Sir Jimmy Savile went to his grave as plain Jimmy Savile.
"That he went to his grave unacknowledged for his part in that victory is a poignant testimony to Frank Newte."
Thus he went to his grave unpunished, still admired by unsuspecting fans.
But Welshman Savage went to his grave in 1893 aged 35 without getting a headstone.
"Our poor uncle went to his grave in 1918 with his parents having been told the ship had hit a mine.
Noel Coward, the gifted Englishman who would have celebrated his 100th birthday in December, went to his grave without publicly acknowledging his homosexuality.
But the fiercely competitive Marsh went to his grave without revealing where collectors had unearthed this unique specimen.
Jimmy Savile went to his grave without facing justice because victims didn't know they were not the only one.
Stewart went to his grave with an annual income of pounds 100,000 and assets of just pounds 5 million - much less than today's superstars earn for a single movie!
NAZI hunter Simon Wiesenthal went to his grave yesterday hailed as a hero - but snubbed by the Israeli government.
He went to his grave protesting his innocence and in every single letter he sent to his wife he insisted on writing: "I am an innocent man." He also told his fellow inmates and prison officers on a daily basis that he was not guilty of the things he had been jailed for.