It was evident from the first words of Mr. Mudge that this lady was his helpmeet.
She was not a sister of charity; she was Drury Boldin's helpmeet.
Somewhere in Athens there must have been the helpmeet God had made for Socrates.
His highest term of praise of her was to speak of her as the helpmeet for him.
His honor was her honor, his rank was her rank, and she was his helpmeet.
He had a helpmeet as ancient as himself, but who differed from him in having a hump.
I know I ain't been the helpmeet you expected me to be, Jase Day.
He made the beasts, and tried to induce Adam to take one of them for "an helpmeet."
Have you heard that our dear Chaplain's helpmeet has recently taken this journey?
The wife in this high sense also is that helpmeet of the husband.