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Hang On

Hang On - to keep trying; not to give up

  • It is hard to find a job now. We just have to hang on. Things will get better.
  • It is hard to hang on in the middle of the pandemic. I just want the pandemic to end.
  • I know you are having a hard time in school, but you just have to hang on.
  • My mother always tells me to hang on, and it will get better.
  • How can I hang on my life is a mess?
  • I am trying to get all my work down. My boss needs to just hang on. I will be finished soon.

Helping Hand

Have A Lead Foot

Hunker Down

Have A Fit

Have A Lead Foot

Heads Will Roll

Hush Up

Hang On

Hit The Ceiling

Have A Full Plate

High Spirits

Hit Hard

Hard As Nails

Hot Under The Collar

Hands Are Tied

Have A Cow

Horse Around

Have A Ball

Have A Blast

Half Baked

Hard Head

Hand In Hand

Have Not Seen In Ages

Head In The Clouds

Heart Sank

Head Over Heels

Hit The Road

Hit The Roof

Hush Money

Holy Cow

Hang In There

Hit The Books

Hit The Hay

Hot Head

Hold Your Horses

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