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synonyms for helped

  • abetted
  • accompanied
  • advised
  • assisted
  • backed
  • befriended
  • bolstered
  • encouraged
  • maintained
  • nursed
  • relieved
  • supported
  • sustained
  • taken care of
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antonyms for helped

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  • discouraged
  • harmed
  • hindered
  • impeded
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How to use helped in a sentence

People living in some of the most affected countries often do not have governments that can meet these criteria, making it difficult for them to be eligible to get international help.
NATURAL DISASTERS ARE INCREASING. THE WORLD’S POOREST ARE LEFT TO FEND FOR THEMSELVES.JARIEL ARVINNOVEMBER 20, 2020VOX
Portland has needed defensive help in the frontcourt and on the wings since parting with Al-Farouq Aminu and Moe Harkless in 2019.
NBA FREE AGENCY TRACKER (PLUS TRADES): WARRIORS ACQUIRE KELLY OUBRE; 76ERS TRADE AL HORFORD TO THUNDERBEN GOLLIVERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
As Washington scrapes the bottom of its roster to find help, it may have to turn to the top of the depth chart.
WASHINGTON IS NOW DOWN TO ITS FOURTH OPTION AT LEFT TACKLE: RIGHT TACKLE MORGAN MOSESNICKI JHABVALANOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
He decided to turn to the community for help — a role reversal, after helping others for years.
A RESTAURANT THAT FED THE HOMELESS SAID IT MIGHT HAVE TO CLOSE. DONATIONS POURED IN.PAULINA FIROZINOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Cleveland had the worst record in the East last year, and it needs help at virtually every position.
NBA DRAFT WINNERS AND LOSERS: A WIN FOR LAMELO BALL, WOE FOR THE WARRIORSBEN GOLLIVERNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
She was among the first of 31 New York-Presbyterian nurses to arrive earlier this month to give overworked nurses in Salt Lake County two weeks of help as they treated patients in crowded hospitals.
UTAH HOSPITAL WORKERS RUSHED TO NYC TO HELP WITH COVID IN THE SPRING. NYC WORKERS JUST RETURNED THE FAVOR.CATHY FREENOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Although his outside shot needs improvement, Williams’ energy and defensive potential make him helpful for a rebuilding team like the Bulls who need help in a variety of ways.
ON QUIET NIGHT FOR NBA DRAFT LOTTERY SELECTIONS, ANTHONY EDWARDS GOES NO. 1 TO TIMBERWOLVESBEN GOLLIVER, DES BIELERNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Surfactants in household cleaning products help, again, with lather and spreadability.
HINTS FROM HELOISE: STAPLES TO HAVE ON HAND IN THE PANTRYHELOISE HELOISENOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The way the system works is it will show you a video if you ask for some help, which is just enough to give you a hint.
‘DEMON’S SOULS’ DEVS CONSIDERED, AND ULTIMATELY LEFT OUT, AN EASY MODE. HERE’S WHY.ELISE FAVISNOVEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Using partnerships with other brands, especially endemic ones like Athleta and WW, likely helps boost the perception of Obé as a lifestyle fitness brand as well as help to increase subscribers.
‘WE LOOK TO THOSE AS GROWTH LEVERS’: HOW FITNESS START-UP OBÉ IS USING BRAND PARTNERSHIPS TO BOOST AWARENESSKRISTINA MONLLOSNOVEMBER 13, 2020DIGIDAY
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WORDS RELATED TO HELPED

  • advocated
  • aided
  • approved
  • assisted
  • bankrolled
  • bolstered
  • boosted
  • championed
  • encouraged
  • endorsed
  • favored
  • fostered
  • furthered
  • helped
  • promoted
  • propped
  • seconded
  • sponsored
  • underwritten
  • upheld
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