Benefit and Hinder

Benefit

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Benefit verb – To provide with something useful or desirable.
Usage example: his summer internship benefited him in two ways: by giving him some tuition funds and by offering vital work experience

Hinder is an antonym for benefit in help topic.
Nearby Words: beneficial, benefaction, beneficent, benefited, beneficence
Antonyms for Benefit

Hinder

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Hinder verb – To create difficulty for the work or activity of.
Benefit is an antonym for hinder in obstruct topic.
Nearby Words: hindrance, hindered, hindering
Antonyms for Hinder
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Common collocations

humanity benefit humanity hinder humanity
hero benefit hero hinder hero
people benefit people hinder people
someone benefit someone hinder someone
Other nouns: team, bit, plans, player, enemy, players, zombies, allies.

Both words in one sentence

  • Wild Card Grant Ward from during the second season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. After his escape from prison his motives are completely unclear and his actions both benefit and hinder Coulson's team.
    Source: Wild Card
  • Geo Effects And a few characters can also fiddle with the ground itself, to hinder opponents, benefit themselves or both.
    Source: Geo Effects
  • Film / The Projected Man Hidden Agenda Villain: Steiner's superiors at...wherever he works...want to discredit and hinder him because...uh...inventing a revolutionary teleportation device would be of absolutely no benefit to them whatsoever?
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