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- interj. a rebuke or dismissal
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Act like a hero, suck it up and do this according to Hoyle, and maybe when she bought the farm it would make a difference.
But Munson took pride in his toughness; Darrell Munson had taught him to suck it up, to shut up about the pain and play on, and so he did.
He began to suck it and, so engaged, started down the sun-scorched road toward New Cold Harbor.