Help verb - To provide (someone) with what is useful or necessary to achieve an end.
Usage example: offered to help her widowed father when he moved into an apartment
Inconvenience verb - To cause discomfort to or trouble for.
Usage example: he inconvenienced his sister by moving into her tiny apartment
How words are described
|similar||similar help||similar inconvenience|
|considerable||considerable help||considerable inconvenience|
|dead||dead help||dead inconvenience|
|real||real help||real inconvenience|
|Other adjectives: massive, big, great, serious, huge, little, general, indirect, minimal, further, significant, occasional, financial.|
Both words in one sentence
- It does not help that death is a temporary inconvenience to them.
Source: Above Good and Evil
- He refuses to help Riley because "every time i slightly inconvenience you or your funny-looking brother, some guys in jumpsuits show up and send me somewhere nice for a few weeks." When said jumpsuits turn up, he's waiting impatiently for them with his suitcase already packed.
- For Inconvenience, Press "1": Thomas calls AT&T's help line and interrupts the operator with "To talk to a customer, please press 1." The operator actually hits the button.
Source: Web Video / Thomas Sanders
Cite this Source
Inconvenience and Help. (2016). Retrieved 2022, June 25, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/help/inconvenience
Help & Inconvenience. N.p., 2016. Web. 25 Jun. 2022. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/help/inconvenience>.
Inconvenience or Help. 2016. Accessed June 25, 2022. https://thesaurus.plus/related/help/inconvenience.
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