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deathbed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdeathbeddeath‧bed /ˈdeθbed/ noun  [countable usually singular]DIE the bed on which someone dies or is dyingon your deathbed On her deathbed, Miriam’s mother reveals that she never knew her father.deathbed confession/conversion etc (=made when you are dying) The disease allowed no time for a deathbed repentance.
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deathbedEven so, the memory of Mama on her deathbed entreating Dad to tell us his story continued to nag at me.On her deathbed Mary Leapor reportedly expressed concern for her father's advancing age.Take that last one, about Darwin on his deathbed.Preston wondered if he really didn't know about the deathbed pantomime.on your deathbedHugh became an animal on his deathbed.Louis Bertrand on his deathbed was accompanied by an intense light which brightened his humble cell for several minutes.Take that last one, about Darwin on his deathbed.Thirty years later, on her deathbed, she confessed to the crime.He was not even baptised until he lay on his deathbed.Even so, the memory of Mama on her deathbed entreating Dad to tell us his story continued to nag at me.A more serious breach of ethics came with the publication of a picture of Mitterrand on his deathbed.A riot in a drab housing project outside Paris leaves one participant on his deathbed, a victim of police brutality.Here he was on his deathbed, preparing for oblivion, and she sits over there reading Parson Noah's latest pamphlet.My grandmother gave me that ring when she was on her deathbed.
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