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A Struggle To The Death ( one spends all of one's life energy on a fight, and dies ... )

"A Struggle To The Death"

A struggle to the death is a fight that that ends in death.

Example: "He got cancer, and it was a struggle to the death."

Example: "Those two dogs attacked each other and it was a struggle to the death."

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