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What does the acronym help stand for?
HELP abbreviation definitions:
dissuasions, lessons, dissuasion, lesson, inputs, instructions, tidings, instruction, input, two cents' worth, news, telltales, tip off, in formation, tipoff, word.
motivation, assistance, relief, agency, sustenance, encouragement, service, facilitation, ministration, Mothering, endowment, attendant.
cooperation, advice, guidance.
corrective, helping hand, utility, avail, support, benefit, maintenance, cure, nourishment, hand, remedy, succor, comfort, aid, balm, use, cooperation, sustenance, service, assist, advice, guidance, lift.
mate, fellow worker, Co-operator, partners, fellow workers, temp, temporary worker, right-hand person, helpmate, righthand person, helper, lieutenant, cooperator, cooperators, Temps.
gravy, egg in one's beer.
colleague, helpmate, auxiliary, ancilla, ally, helper, right-hand person, representative, adjutant, abettor, aide, assistant, servant, attendant, domestic, supporter, mate, subsidiary, partner, collaborator, worker, deputy.
facilitate, serve, a good/bad turn, help oneself, supporter, assist, contribution, helper, avail, service, buddy system, assistance, aid, assistant.
whiff, word to wise, adumbration, glimmerings, flea in ear, inference.
handmaidens, cleaning lady, housemaids, chambermaid, chambermaids, housemaid, hired girl, maidservant, nursemaid, maidservants, maid, handmaiden.
joining in, taking part.
mercy, appeasement, mildness, alleviation, respite, comfort, remedy, cure, easement, solace, consolation, assuagement.
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.
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.
whip hand, trump hand.
encourage, fund, cooperation, sustain, attend, foster, tend, mother, aid, abet, assist, benefit, motivate, boost, facilitate, serve, lift, relieve, minister, do-well by, support, endow.
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.
succor, do something about, favor, avail, contribute to, back, uphold, lend a hand.
better, contribute, further, advantage, do good, advance, boon.
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.
mitigate, nourish, alleviate, better, meliorate, attend, ease, amend, ameliorate, treat, doctor, restore, heal, palliate, revive, facilitate.
assuage, lull, alleviate, ease, console, appease.
stick up for.
Examples of usage:
– The Doctor A Tale Of The Rockies by Ralph Connor
– Set in Silver by Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson
– Red Men and White by Owen Wister
– The Awkward Age by Henry James
– Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh