Idioms related to Death

you can’t take it with you
you can’t take it with you Meaning everybody leaves their wealth behind after death; to not be able to take anything along when one passes on; no one ... Read on
beyond the veil
beyond the veil Meaning: In an inexplicable or concealed place or condition, especially the mysterious state of existence after death. Example: Many people have tried to discover beyond ... Read on
toll or sound the death knell
toll or sound the death knell Meaning: Cause an organization, system or activity to fail or end Examples: 1. The shutdown of the local iron industry tolled the ... Read on
at death’s door
at death’s door Meaning: – on the point of dying – very ill – in serious danger of death – very near the end of one’s life (Often ... Read on

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frighten or scare to death
frighten or scare to death Meaning: make somebody feel very frightened. Example: A shadow appeared in the doorway and scared me to death.

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