They laid flowers on his grave.
They used to visit her grave twice a year.
I swear, the mass graves in Mogadishu weren't as awful as this.
n. to dig your own grave：自掘坟墓
The man's digging his own grave by refusing an interview.
n. to have one foot in the grave：一只脚已踏进坟墓；行将就木
While we might have one foot in the grave, we're not quite dead and buried yet.
n. to make sb turn in their grave;to make sb turn over in their grave：使某人在九泉之下不得安宁
Many modern dictionaries would make Dr Johnson turn in his grave.
He drank himself to an early grave.
Most men would rather go to the grave than own up to feelings of dependency.
Mrs Williams was looking very grave.
He said that the situation in his country is very grave.
He expressed grave concern about the situation.
He's the one who graved the name into the ring.