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


Lee waved the helping hands away; he was already on his feet.

The BrainAlexander Blade

"Father wants you to come, to-morrow evening, to a private meeting of the 'Helping Hands,'" she said.

Roland Graeme: KnightAgnes Maule Machar

They had, by this time, arrived at the place where the "Helping Hands Society" usually held its meetings.

Roland Graeme: KnightAgnes Maule Machar

"There will be no lack of helping hands," Simon Kenton replied with a smile.

Prodigal sons may return, and are welcomed with tears of joy and clasped by helping hands; but alas!

Winter Evening TalesAmelia Edith Huddleston Barr

Helping hands there were outstretched to him instanter, and money to meet the immediate need.

They stood on the pavement for rude little boys to stare at, awaiting the helping hands of Jim, and Sam, and Joe.

And while he was in the midst of this, came other helping hands.

In a word, he might have climbed to the highest round of the ladder, with helping hands all the way up: he stumbled at its base.

Arthur understood his business thoroughly and there were plenty of willing, helping hands.

Elsie at IonMartha Finley

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