Examples of helper in a Sentence
The carpenter measured the wall while one of his helpers brought in the tools.
over the summer Chris worked as a carpenter's helper
Recent Examples of helper from the Web
Turkey is getting a giant helper to avoid last December’s gas shortages.
Robertson had an assist in the final and leads the Pandas in helpers with 16, which ties a team record.
With a pair of helpers on Monday, Stamkos now has eight on the season and is tied for fifth in scoring with nine points.
Most are package handlers making $10.50 an hour, but UPS also is looking for delivery truck drivers, over-the-road tractor-trailer drivers and drivers' helpers.
Ganey and his helpers traversed the steep Exit Glacier trail near Seward about a dozen times that summer in his study of algae that lives on ice.
The play was assisted by CdM senior Henry Wilde, one of four helpers by Wilde in the game.
As the United States was the only country that was, because of its own immense might, not afraid of a united Germany, the Americans were Germany’s principal helper in escaping the stocks of war-guilt.
The annual Halloween carnival held at the Rancho Bernardo-Glassman Recreation Center in late October is in danger of being cancelled due to a lack of helpers.
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First Known Use of helper
Synonymsadjunct, adjutant, aid, aide, apprentice, assistant, coadjutor, deputy, helpmate, helpmeet, lieutenant, mate, sidekick
Related Wordsattendant, handmaiden (also handmaid), maid, maidservant, scullion, servant; auxiliary, legman, subordinate, underling; employee (also employe), hand, help, hireling, laborer, swamper, worker; gal Friday, girl Friday; man Friday, right hand; aide-de-camp
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