keep going

VERB
  1. continue uninterrupted
    The disease will run on unchecked
    The party kept going until 4 A.M.
  2. be a regular customer or client of
    Our sponsor kept our art studio going for as long as he could
    We patronize this store
  3. suffice for a period between two points
    This money will keep us going for another year
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How To Use keep going In A Sentence

  • After mere survival, the primary activity of life is to create more life, to extend itself, to keep going, to procreate.
  • We will keep going until we can finally get justice. Times, Sunday Times
  • A solidly built motor home will keep going for years and often outlast the people who buy them. Times, Sunday Times
  • You just get on with life and keep going. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is exhausting work, but I manage to keep going somehow.
  • The group depends on grants, donations and parental contributions to keep going.
  • What about honouring the hardworking people who keep going to pay taxes and their bills? The Sun
  • If the Lords was convinced it was no longer necessary, it seems to me only a homophobic bigot would keep going on about it.
  • It's a way of life for us, the overheads are killing us and pushing people out of the business, but us showies will keep going.
  • He had no corporate structure to sustain, no major office buildings or sales force to keep going.
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