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enable

Synonyms:

accredit, authorize, commission, coronate, crown, depute, empower, endow, energize, enroll.
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help

What does the acronym help stand for?

HELP abbreviation definitions:
–  Honoring Entry Level Positions
–  Hello Everyone, Lets Party!

Synonyms:

noun
advice
dissuasions, lessons, dissuasion, lesson, inputs, instructions, tidings, instruction, input, two cents' worth, news, telltales, tip off, in formation, tipoff, word.
aid
motivation, assistance, relief, agency, sustenance, encouragement, service, facilitation, ministration, Mothering, endowment, attendant.
assistance
cooperation, advice, guidance.
assistance, relief
corrective, helping hand, utility, avail, support, benefit, maintenance, cure, nourishment, hand, remedy, succor, comfort, aid, balm, use, cooperation, sustenance, service, assist, advice, guidance, lift.
assistant
mate, fellow worker, Co-operator, partners, fellow workers, temp, temporary worker, right-hand person, helpmate, righthand person, helper, lieutenant, cooperator, cooperators, Temps.
benefit
gravy, egg in one's beer.
employee
colleague, helpmate, auxiliary, ancilla, ally, helper, right-hand person, representative, adjutant, abettor, aide, assistant, servant, attendant, domestic, supporter, mate, subsidiary, partner, collaborator, worker, deputy.
follower
henchman.
gift
donation.
help
facilitate, serve, a good/bad turn, help oneself, supporter, assist, contribution, helper, avail, service, buddy system, assistance, aid, assistant.
hint
whiff, word to wise, adumbration, glimmerings, flea in ear, inference.
maid
handmaidens, cleaning lady, housemaids, chambermaid, chambermaids, housemaid, hired girl, maidservant, nursemaid, maidservants, maid, handmaiden.
participation
joining in, taking part.
patronage
guardianship, Patronization.
recourse
stand-by.
reinforcement
fresh troops.
relief
mercy, appeasement, mildness, alleviation, respite, comfort, remedy, cure, easement, solace, consolation, assuagement.
servant
auxiliary, henchman, volunteer, aide, junior, vassal, agent, pawn, chattel, helping hand, menial, deputy, employee, subject, laborer, helper, subordinate, aide-de-camp, assistant, helpmate, servant, lieutenant, peon, worker, flunky, serf, hand, underling.
servants
manservant, retainer, maidservant, page, man, amah, houseboy, indentured servant, mistress, master, valet, handmaiden, butler, cabin boy, footman, Jeeves, wench, domestic service, lackey, major-domo, serfdom.
support
backing, crutch.
upper hand
whip hand, trump hand.
vantage
vantage.
verb
aid
encourage, fund, cooperation, sustain, attend, foster, tend, mother, aid, abet, assist, benefit, motivate, boost, facilitate, serve, lift, relieve, minister, do-well by, support, endow.
aid, assist
patronize, root for, befriend, sustain, endorse, plug, see through, stick up for, further, work for, bolster, hype, prop, stimulate, puff, back, sanction, maintain, intercede, stump for, stand by, go with, go to bat for, accommodate, relieve, cheer, promote, do a service, do a favor, buck up, cooperate, do one's part, lend a hand, serve, second, open doors, take under one's wing, boost, be of use, push, encourage, advocate, ballyhoo, save, abet, uphold.
assist
succor, do something about, favor, avail, contribute to, back, uphold, lend a hand.
benefit
better, contribute, further, advantage, do good, advance, boon.
change
help.
consumption
help, serve.
give
shower, dispense, bequeath, supply, tender, give, assign, offer, disburse, consign, allow, donate, furnish, pledge, deliver, bestow, present, pay, render, share, provide, grant, expend, ration, attribute, send, extend, submit, lavish, devote, award, impart, dole, allot, lend, ascribe.
guarantee
swear for.
improve
mitigate, nourish, alleviate, better, meliorate, attend, ease, amend, ameliorate, treat, doctor, restore, heal, palliate, revive, facilitate.
join
side with.
relieve
assuage, lull, alleviate, ease, console, appease.
serve
work.
social
help.
support
stick up for.
Examples of usage:
  1. And I'll help you. – The Doctor A Tale Of The Rockies by Ralph Connor
  2. Well, I can't help it if I have. – Set in Silver by Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson
  3. And I'll help you die, caberon! – Red Men and White by Owen Wister
  4. Help me to them, Mr. Longdon; help me to them, and I don't know what I won't do for you! – The Awkward Age by Henry James
  5. These changes often make a great difference in the general health of the patient and thus help to improve digestion. – Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh
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