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helping hand

noun as in assistance

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Example Sentences

We need people to check on their neighbors, especially seniors who may need a helping hand.

Please pm me if you or anyone you know could use a helping hand.

Any entrepreneur can use an occasional helping hand, shoulder to cry on or nudge in the right direction.

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They’re convenient for busy bees who are always running out the door and home chefs who need a helping hand in the kitchen.

It turns out that otters also like to have a bit of a helping hand when it comes to figuring out puzzles.

The Sunni Kurds, who tend to be secular in their politics, have offered them a helping hand in recent years.

I just wonder if a single one of them got a helping hand from staffers for McConnell or Paul.

As the Middletons clearly know, you have to give it a little helping hand.

Lisa considers me a traitor to the very essence of America, providing a helping hand to those in genuine need.

Facing a regime that bombards them from above, the Syrian rebels want the West to lend a helping hand.

Then, perhaps, I shall commit the indiscretion of asking you to give me a helping hand.

Was it not our duty to lend a helping hand to encourage, to cheer, and to sustain them in their noble and patriotic efforts?

He was unselfish in his ordinary dealings, and always ready to lend a helping hand to those about him.

Through them he lifted himself out of the slough of despond, and he sought to extend a helping hand to others.

Surely he was justified in asking for a helping hand towards some means of gaining his own livelihood!

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to helping hand, such as: aid, assist, boost, hand, help, and leg up.

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

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