Help and Inconvenience


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 is an antonym for help.

Nearby Words: helpful, helped, helpless, helper, helping


Inconvenience verb - To cause discomfort to or trouble for.
Usage example: he inconvenienced his sister by moving into her tiny apartment

Help is an antonym for inconvenience in bother topic.

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.

Common collocations

character help character inconvenience character
people help people inconvenience people
someone help someone inconvenience someone
team help team inconvenience team
Other words: rest, side, police, brother, anyone, player, heroes, protagonists.

Both words in one sentence

  • Above Good and Evil It does not help that death is a temporary inconvenience to them.
  • Western Animation / The Replacements 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.
  • Web Video / Thomas Sanders 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.
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