Another word for help
aid, assist, abet, succor, uphold, advise, encourage, stand by, cooperate, intercede for, patronize, befriend, accommodate, work for, back up, maintain, sustain, prop, benefit, bolster, lend a hand, do a service, see through, do one's part, cheer, give a hand, be of use, come to the aid of, bail out, be of some help, help along, do a favor, promote, endorse, sanction, back, advocate, abet, stimulate, uphold, second, further, work for, stick up for*, take under one's wing*, go to bat for*, side with*, give a lift*, boost*, take in tow*, pitch in*, set to*; see also support 2.
To assist in recovery
To serve at table
help is the simplest and strongest of these words meaning to supply another with whatever is necessary to accomplish his or her ends or relieve his or her wants; aid and assist are somewhat more formal and weaker, assist esp. implying a subordinate role in the helper and less need for help she assisted him in his experiments; succor suggests timely help to one in distress to succor a besieged citycannot help but
be compelled to, be obliged to, cannot fail to, have to; see must.
be compelled to, have a need to, be the victim of circumstance, be the victim of habit; see must.
as God is my witness, by God, I swear; see oath 1.
Another word for helpverb
To give support or assistance.Also used with out: abet, aid, assist, boost, relieve, succor. Idioms: give (or lend) a hand, give a leg up. See help
To advance to a more desirable state:ameliorate, amend, better1, improve, meliorate, upgrade. See help