Definition of Helpmates

1. Noun. (British) (plural of helpmate) ¹



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Definition of Helpmates

1. helpmate [n] - See also: helpmate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Helpmates

helping hands
helping out
helping profession
helping verb
helping verbs
helpingly
helpings
helpless
helplessly
helplessness
helplessnesses
helpline
helplines
helply
helpmate
helpmates (current term)
helpmeet
helpmeets
helps
helps out
helpsheet
helpsheets
helpsome
helpt
helpworthy
helsinki declaration
helter
helter-skelter
helter-skelters
helters

Literary usage of Helpmates

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1. Origins of English History by Charles Isaac Elton (1882)
"... of Belenus—Adoration of plants—Esus—-Teutates—Camulus— Taranis—Goddesses and helpmates of gods—Local deities—The Mothers—Giants —Inferior gods—Origin of ..."

2. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"... or interpretation of contracts or established usages of other courts, but as mere helpmates to the various remedies necessary to the ends of Justice. ..."

3. The Kindergarten for Teachers and Parents (1892)
"THE helpmates OF FRIEDRICH FROEBEL.* Froebel had a grand conception of woman, and, although he never rose above a condition of poverty, he was married twice ..."

4. Home: a book for the family by William King Tweedie (1857)
"helpmates AT HOME. Husband and Wife—Man's Position at Home—Woman's—Eden—The Family Constitution—Its Violation—Ezra's Complaint—Malachi's—National Distemper— ..."

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