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accommodating willing to help or please; obliging.
advice remarks or an opinion offered as help in making a decision or in choosing a course of action; counsel.
aid to provide assistance, help, or relief to. [3/4 definitions]
assist to give help, support, or aid. [2/5 definitions]
assistant a person who gives help, aid, or assistance. [1/2 definitions]
auxiliary serving to help, assist, or support. [1/7 definitions]
backing help or support, esp. financial support. [1/3 definitions]
backstay a rope that extends from the mast to the stern or side of a vessel to help support the mast.
bail1 (informal) to help out of a difficult situation (often fol. by "out"). [1/5 definitions]
berm a low wall, mound, or barrier of earth, often one banked against the foundation of a building, to help insulate it. [1/3 definitions]
bootstrap done or accomplished without outside help or abundant resources. [1/5 definitions]
buffet2 a meal at which diners help themselves to food laid out on a large table or buffet. [1/4 definitions]
chalaza one of two spiral strands of albumen that connect the yolk of an egg to the shell membrane and help keep the yolk centrally suspended.
Cinderella the title character of a common European fairy tale, who, with the help of a fairy godmother, escapes a life of misery and marries a prince. [1/2 definitions]
clue something that gives direction or help in solving a puzzle, problem, or mystery. [1/2 definitions]
conduce to contribute to or help bring about a result (usu. fol. by "to" or "toward").
counseling help or guidance from a mental health professional or member of the clergy that is aimed at solving emotional problems or at resolving or preventing conflicts between people in a close relationship.
crutch a device used to help disabled people walk, usu. one of two supports that are held by the hands and that rest in the armpits. [1/3 definitions]
cultivate to tend and help (plants) grow. [1/5 definitions]
deliver to help give birth to. [1/9 definitions]
dependence the condition of being dependent on another for help or support. [1/5 definitions]