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Make an effort to live normally in spite of difficulty:‘she had to keep going for the sake of her boys’
- ‘He kept going through decidedly lean periods by remaining true to himself as a player and a person.’
- ‘With much determination in our eyes and sweat on our brows, we kept going.’
- ‘She suffered quite badly with heart problems recently but she kept going.’
- ‘Even when the equipment started melting, and they got burns to their arms, they kept going.’
- ‘Through all of this he kept going and now the new school is ready to open.’
- ‘It definitely gives us the confident start we need to keep going and continue to be healthy.’
- ‘Through rich and more barren times, he has kept going, backing up his albums with frequent touring.’
- ‘We could have kept going, but we would have just got worse and worse as time went on.’
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