turn (N. Amer. also roll over or turn over) in one's grave


turn (N. Amer. also roll over or turn over) in one's grave
turn (N. Amer. also roll over or turn over) in one's grave
(of a dead person) be thought of as angry or distressed about something had they been alive.
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