Pronunciation of Helper
/hˈɛlpə/, /hˈɛlpə/, /h_ˈɛ_l_p_ə/
Synonyms for helper:
succorer, reliever, Coadjutant, varlet.
jack of all trades
Other synonyms and related words:
booster, assistance, succorer, avail, confederate, protagonist, adjutant, garter, colleague, handyman, ally, varlet, companion, Coadjutant, service, jockstrap, jock, reliever, assist, retainer, admirer, coadjutor, suspensor, champion, friend.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
aide-de-camp, colleague, lieutenant, ancillary, extra, henchman, underling, ally, coadjutor, attorney, associate, aide, benefactor, auxiliary, patsy, proxy, minion, follower, partner, acolyte, appointee, menial, abettor, help, chaperone, backer, agent, assistant, helpmate, second, servant, supporter, junior, accessory, employee, subordinate, laborer, hireling, accomplice, deputy, backup, companion, adjunct, functionary, Coadjutant, flunky, attendant, friend, stooge, Aider.
double, assignee, token, appointee, delegate, backup, ghost, spokeswoman, dummy, arm, envoy, alternate, figurehead, surrogate, stand in, spokesman, understudy, substitute, emissary, mouthpiece, representative, nominee.
Usage examples for helper:
- Yet prayer was the sole atonement she could make for the wrong she had done her sister; so she did not cease her endeavours to plead for her to the Great Helper above, but her efforts were futile. - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- Roy rewarded their helper with a substantial bill, and they were all warm in their thanks. - "The Girl Aviators' Motor Butterfly", Margaret Burnham.
- Lord, the newness of this day Calls me to an untried way: Let me gladly take the road, Give me strength to bear my load, Thou my guide and helper be- I will travel through with Thee. - "The Poems of Henry Van Dyke", Henry Van Dyke.