Keep at it!

keep at it

To continue trying to do or achieve something, especially after initial failures or setbacks. Often used an imperative. If you really want to become a comic book artist, you have to keep at it! You can't just give up after your first rejection.
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Keep at it!

Keep doing what you are doing!; Keep trying! (Said as encouragement to keep working at something.) The boss told me to keep at it every time he passed my desk. Keep at it, Tom! You can do it!
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It didn't pass this year, but girls will keep at it!
"I remember practicising with my music teacher Pete Fines who turned round to me after and said 'where did you get a voice like that' if you keep that up you will have a very long career in the profession keep at it!' I was 15 years old at this time, those words have stuck with me ever since.
It gets harder every year, but you have to keep at it! Living in the Yorkshire Dales, I also enjoy walking."
Keep at it! In doing so, you will gradually knock the bad news off the front pages.
To all amateurs at whatever level, whether at the eyepiece or on a computer screen, keep at it! It will give you pleasure for a lifetime.
Second, keep at it! Too many people fall prey to the temptation to stop investing because they see their balance falling.
The message to the marketing people at WFC is simple: keep at it!
So it's unlikely that you'll achieve much prolonging of the climax the first time you try - but keep at it! This is what you do: the Tantric love muscles are the same as those you use when you want to stop passing water.