What is another word for aid?

943 synonyms found


[ ˈeɪ_d], [ ˈe͡ɪd], [ ˈe‍ɪd]

Synonyms for Aid:

eastern poison oak (adjective) generosity (adjective) aid (noun) assist (noun) assistant (noun) benefactor (noun) eastern poison oak (noun) gift (noun) handout (noun) intervention (noun) means (noun) mediation (noun) patronage (noun) pity (noun) recourse (noun) relief (noun) reliever (noun) remedy (noun) servant (noun) support (noun) vantage (noun) aid (verb) assist (verb) facilitate (verb) intervene (verb) relieve (verb) serve (verb) assist benefit defend eastern poison oak facilitate Other synonyms: pitch in relieve remedy support tide over

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Rhymes for Aid:

  1. paid, evade, crocheted, jade, brocade, glade, conveyed, brigade, invade, stayed, weighed, forbade, repaid, decade, prayed, tirade, obeyed, spade, strayed, upbraid, dissuade, laid, palisade, homemade, aide, spayed, serenade, dismayed, home-made, handmade, sauteed, blade, portrayed, persuade, buffeted, suede, lade, parade, cade, degrade, maid, flayed, brayed, delayed, grade, promenade, surveyed, grayed, sprayed, charade, unafraid, wade, made, mislaid, decayed, unswayed, crusade, staid, braid, upgrade, cascade, prepaid, trade, raid, ade, played, pervade, frayed, underplayed, unmade, unpaid, bayed, shade, swayed, cliched, displayed, fade;
  2. allayed, betrayed, arcade, abrade, afraid, arrayed, blockade;
  3. disobeyed, masquerade, lemonade, colonnade;

Quotes for Aid:

  1. Year after year, President Bush has broken his campaign promises on college aid And year after year, the Republican leadership in Congress has let him do it. Sherrod Brown.
  2. Give us a chance to show you that those so -called protective laws to aid women- however well intentioned originally- have become in fact restraints, which keep wife, abandoned wife, and widow alike from supporting her family. Martha Griffiths.
  3. In this financial year we will be spending at least $1. 5 billion on foreign aid and we cannot be sure that this money will be properly spent, as corruption and mismanagement in many of the recipient countries are legend. Pauline Hanson.

Idioms of Aid:

  1. aid sm in doing sth;
  2. be in aid of;
  3. bring sth to sm's aid