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Correct spelling:
Aid; support; relief; avoidance.
To aid; assist; remedy; prevent.
To give assistance; avoid.
serve (verb)
assist, work, aid, serve.
assist (verb)
support, back, favor, sustain, aid, uphold, serve, avail, succor, foster, benefit, assist, abet.
aid (noun)
service, facilitation, benefit, ministration, assistance, relief, attendant, aid, support, agency, sustenance, encouragement, motivation, mothering, endowment, avail.
servants (noun)
houseboy, footman, amah, housemaid, handmaiden, domestic service, butler, cabin boy, girl.
servant (noun)
subordinate, chattel, pawn, servant, flunky, menial, lieutenant, underling, aid, helping hand, junior, laborer, hand, helper, agent, henchman, serf, volunteer, assistant, vassal, helpmate, subject, slave, deputy, auxiliary, aide-de-camp, aide, peon, worker, employee.
relieve (verb)
alleviate, ease, lull, appease, aid, cure, comfort, remedy, assuage, console, relieve.
relief (noun)
remedy, relief, easement, alleviation, mercy, mildness, assuagement, comfort, appeasement, consolation, aid, respite, cure, solace.
give (verb)
award, assist, bestow, bequeath, expend, donate, deliver, render, give, lend, dole, grant, consign, allow, contribute, extend, send, submit, provide, tender, share, ascribe, present, dispense, pledge, furnish, shower, assign, allot, serve, endow, impart, pay, attribute, offer, devote, lavish, supply, fund, ration, disburse.
benefit (verb)
further, contribute, advance, serve, favor, better, assist, avail, do good.
aid (verb)
relieve, motivate, fund, attend, assist, facilitate, serve, support, encourage, minister, tend, abet, benefit, aid, sustain, foster, endow, mother.
Other synonyms:
admirer, field, dish up, automatic hyphenation, assist, divine service, hand over, cooperate, promote, staff, improve, do, amend, aid, personnel, avail, inspection and repair, backing, abetment, answer, jockstrap, nourishment, assistance, armed service, swear out, abet, suspensor, guidance, tending, cooperation, garter, enhance, part with, advantage, financial aid, religious service, dish out, file format, browse mode, a good/bad turn, ally, lift, edit, foster, assistant, autoflow, administrative assistant, service, make for, serving, befriend, revitalize, pool, champion, supporter, athletic supporter, optimization, help out, boon, serve, serve up, advance person, process, guide, clip art, sustain, protagonist, uphold, second, asset, boost, facilitate, workforce, get behind, table service, ancillary, servicing, serve well, economic aid, suffice, upgrade, acolyte, succor, accomplice, correct, clipboard, function, advice, enrich, improve on, help oneself, contribution, attend to, assist, buddy system, meliorate, yield, stand by, sponsor, leg up, patron, benefactor, get past, bug, wait on, labor force, booster, nurture, distribute, encourage, get through, attention, maintenance, dish, jock, friend, manpower, care, helper, support, service of process, overhaul, aid, ameliorate, nurse, military service, autosave.
Examples of usage:
  1. I am not in need of help! anyone's - "Virgin Soil", Ivan S. Turgenev.
  2. Why don't you come and help us? - "Hyacinth 1906", George A. Birmingham.
  3. " I will help you," he said. - "Dora Thorne", Charlotte M. Braeme.

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