One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Undergo death from natural causes.
- ‘Even if he does die in bed rather than in a noose, his last day is not far off.’
- ‘Politicians in modern liberal democracies confidently expect to die in bed.’
- ‘He himself eliminated most of his wartime colleagues and survived to die in bed.’
- ‘She concentrates on the legal and political aspects of Augustus' role in transforming the Roman Republic into an Empire, two important aspects of life when one remembers that Augustus had the rare honour of dying in bed.’
- ‘While Charles II died in bed, his father had his head chopped off.’
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