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adjective as in assisting

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The U-visa program, first created in 2000, is open to undocumented immigrants who cooperate with law enforcement after witnessing or being victim to a violent crime.

Ocasio-Cortez cares most about advancing the activist cause, yet she also cares about getting the Democratic Party’s factions to cooperate — because that is the best way to advance the activist cause.

If it stayed connected, the children would keep typing — clickity-clack on their mechanical gaming keyboards — until their eyelids refuse to cooperate with their fingers.

Still, with the pressure on, our lawmakers need to cooperate to keep Bayh-Dole protections strong.

From Fortune

Skarlatos's campaign, which has cooperated frequently with local media, didn't make him available for an interview or respond to questions about the campaign's strategy.

She claims the FBI tried to enlist her as a cooperating source in their investigation.

The dangerous, anti-American course of action the show suggests: cooperating with the United Nations.

Cooperating with Assad is also the only feasible way, at present, to lessen the humanitarian nightmare in Syria.

Today, Stephenson is cooperating with a federal investigation of the eBay reseller whom he purchased these works from.

In April, Scott Raab and Lisa Brennan at Esquire reported that Wildstein was cooperating with Fishman.

Nature and habit cooperating had made him the best keeper of secrets in Europe.

People were thinking and cooperating, and there must have been no mean social organization.

But men cooperating with aliens would contrive every possible trick to insist that only aliens operated at Boulder Lake.

And he was shaken in a different way by the proof that humans were cooperating fully with the invading monsters.

And whenever they are in action they are cooperating with external materials and energies.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cooperating, such as: agreeing, collaborating, helping, and cooperative.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.