informal Used to warn someone that an unwise act or decision is their responsibility: ‘I won’t discuss it.’ ‘Don’t then—it’s your funeral.’
More example sentences
- If you'll excuse the cliché, go ahead but it's your funeral.
- The constable sighed, ‘All right, bud, it's your funeral.’
- ‘All right, it's your funeral,’ he said, stepping away from the door to Shaidanna's room and gesturing him through.
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