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Synonyms for help

to give support or assistance

to advance to a more desirable state

the act or an instance of helping

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a resource

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a means of serving

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be of use

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abstain from doing

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contribute to the furtherance of

take or use

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Sometimes, you can't help wondering if all these figures are just part of accountancy ruses.
I just can't help feeling very bitter and jealous of his new life, and I often spy on him and his perfect new family on social media.
And I can't help but think Dyche's work ethic, players here, everywhere, outstrip the as well.
Hearing actors tell the stories from 150 years ago can't help but give goosebumps
It is quiet and I can't help but think of nothing and
The fact our developer friends are in a serious state of denial is not exactly breaking news, in fact it's probably getting rather old, so excuse Kipp if we bring you one last instance of our favorite brand of Dubai developer doublespeak, but we can't help ourselves.
As I look at my flex plan enrollment form, I can't help but feel like health reform pulled a fast one on us.
The college advised him to speak to Stockton Council, who can't help because the college is in Hartlepool; while Hartlepool Council can't help because we live in Billingham.
SOME of us are born practical jokers, the kind of person who can't help poking fun at people.
Even so, I can't help notice that whatever pensioners get with one hand is taken back by someone else's.
Her hem and haws and squeaks can't help but be endearing, but she appears so unconvinced by the majority of her lines that the trickier bits (like the blithe acknowledgment of her late-in-life sexuality) come off as implausible.
The realistic first person dialogue is uncomfortable at the start, but it quickly yanks the reader into Mark's life and the reader can't help but become a part of the story.
Some critics can't help themselves with ``Notes'' because it stars Judi Dench and Cate Blanchett, two actresses who seem to get a free pass even though they make their share of duds just like everyone else.
As I think about financial reporting, I can't help but wonder why we have moved so far from the economic reality that is cash.
But even though he seems wonderful (at least initially), Jamie can't help but think he's not worth her time.
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