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Synonyms for help

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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Soon after beginning our third year's work we were surprised to receive money from three special sources, and up to the present time we have continued to receive help from them.
In my efforts to get money I have often been surprised at the patience and deep interest of the ministers, who are besieged on every hand and at all hours of the day for help. If no other consideration had convinced me of the value of the Christian life, the Christlike work which the Church of all denominations in America has done during the last thirty-five years for the elevation of the black man would have made me a Christian.
"Help's pretty hard to get these days," said the lion.
Then the Doctor was very happy; for all the lions and the leopards and the antelopes and the giraffes and the zebras--all the animals of the forests and the mountains and the plains --came to help him in his work.
You are sincere in your wish to help better them, and you respect those who work for that end?"
You said yesterday that you were going to make it a principle of your life, to help up your sex as far and as fast as you could.
'Go, child,' says she, 'to the house, and run in and tell the lady, or anybody you see, that you come to help them, and that you came from such a gentlewoman (that is, one of her acquaintance farther up the street).' She gave me the like cue to the next house, naming another name that was also an acquaintance of the gentlewoman of the house.
"Help me in, Bessy--I'm giddy--I've a pain i' the head."
Beth is the best of little creeters, and a sight of help to me, bein so forehanded and dependable.
If you were in my place and I in yours, I should try to help you to do the best."
Joe's father would often come in and give a little help, as he understood the work; and Joe took a great deal of pains to learn, and John was quite encouraged about him.
With my whole soul I wish to be what you would have me be, but I have never had help from anyone....
And her husband came out and began calling "Help!" as he had before; but no one seemed to pay any attention to him.
But I was already behind him, revolver in hand, shouting 'Help!'
The emphasis was helped by the speaker's square wall of a forehead, which had his eyebrows for its base, while his eyes found commodious cellarage in two dark caves, overshadowed by the wall.