Definition of under the sod in English:

under the sod

phrase

  • Dead and buried in a grave.

    • ‘On April 10, 1943, Lees-Milne wrote, ‘I would like this diary to entertain two or three generations ahead when I am under the sod.’’
    • ‘He has property enough to make us independent but that will be valuable only, when we are under the Sod.’
    • ‘Time will run to seed when we are under the sod; there'll be time enough and to spare then.’
    dead, expired, departed, gone, no more, passed on, passed away
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