What is another word for help?

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Noun
Action given to provide assistance
“The help he would regularly provide to his elderly neighbor was much appreciated.”
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Something or someone which provides assistance with a task
“The calculator was a great help with my math homework.”
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Psychological counseling or social support
“You really ought to seek help for your depression.”
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A person employed in maintenance or operations
“The hired help has been working overtime this week.”
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The workforce of an organization collectively
“The customer service department is currently experiencing a shortage of help.”
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Persons employed for housework
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“The help was only allotted meager earnings for his efforts.”
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Financial assistance or advice
“I will be receiving some much-needed help from my investor next week.”
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Item used for the treatment of ailments
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“Aspirin was just the help I needed for my splitting headache.”
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Documentation provided with computer software
“There is nothing in the help about clearing the browser cache.”
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A kind or helpful deed
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Someone who is employed in a regular job
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A beneficial thing for which one is grateful
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The benefit, importance or (useful) effect of something
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The comfort received by a person after a loss or disappointment
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Major advantage
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Advantage of early start
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A small piece of practical information or advice
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Someone who succors
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The practice of bettering oneself without relying on the assistance of others
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The act by which something is eased
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Remedy or compensation for a wrong or grievance
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A reactionary response to a product, service, or task
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The act of seeking assistance or advice
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The cooperative effort of a team of people to achieve a common goal
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A thing that contributes to an easy and effortless way of life
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The quality or condition of being instrumental
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A person consigned to drudge work
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The act of participating, of taking part in something
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A thing which can be added to something else in order to make it more useful, versatile, or attractive
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To provide assistance to someone or something
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“Her friends would help whenever they could as she recovered from her illness.”
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To contribute in some way to
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“Some bright colors will certainly help the room's dullness.”
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To prevent oneself from
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“I couldn't help noticing that your shirt is inside-out.”
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To invest in or provide financial assistance
“Will you help me so I can get this business off the ground?”
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To provide physiological relief
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“These bandages will help my wound.”
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To take possession of, usually under suspicious circumstances
“He will then help himself to the contents of the tip jar when the shift is done.”
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(lead to) To culminate or result in a particular event or consequence
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To look after or take special care of
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Support or strengthen
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To do one's part
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To give new life to, or to restore to a healthy condition
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To relieve the distress or suffering of
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To conduct or escort to a given place or location
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To provide the means to do something
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To act as someone's mentor
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To support or tolerate
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Put someone out of their misery
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To recommend (a course of action)
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Interjection
A cry of distress or an urgent request for assistance
Help! I'm drowning!”
Adjective
Serving as a means of pursuing an aim or policy
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Making a certain situation or outcome likely or possible
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