keep in there

keep in there

To continue trying one's best, especially in the face of something troubling, challenging, or discouraging. Used especially as an expression of encouragement. I know you're disheartened by the reviews, but keep in there—we all know that you're a brilliant writer! I'm impressed with how she kept in there in the midst of everything else that had happened.
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Keep in there!

Inf. Keep trying! Andy: Don't give up, Sally. Keep in there! Sally: I'm doing my best! John: I'm not very good, but I keep trying. Fred: Just keep in there, John.
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