helpfully : Definition, Usages, News and More

Search Words


helpfuh lee

  • r  in a helpful manner
    the subtitles are helpfully conveyed

  • Those who wore glasses had them neatly folded next to their body, and all, helpfully, had identification papers for the authorities to find.
  • Abby helpfully lays down her hand on the table.
  • Maybe it's the epithet, which he defines helpfully as someone who persistently belittles and abuses those of inferior power or status.
News & Articles

  • Sesame Street Explains "Incarceration," Not Why U.S. Imprisons So Many
    A gloomy woodwind arrangement proceeds the gentle explanation (helpfully paid for by a defense contractor ) of what it means to have a parent incarcerated in the United States today, which seems apt given that since 2002 our country has had the highest incarceration rate in the world. [ more › ]
    June 11, 2013 - Gothamist

  • Stephen Hadley in ABC News
    The president had asked agencies to begin a review of our policy in Iraq, and what Secretary Rumsfeld did, I think, very helpfully, was put together a sort of laundry list of ideas that ought to be considered as part of that review,Hadley said.
  • Angela Merkel in Reuters India
    Merkel told a news conference in Munich: "We should stand helpfully by Greece's side."
  • Lleyton Hewitt in The Australian
    For my game, I like playing in those conditions, so helpfully it helps. The longer the match goes, the better it is for me,Hewitt said.

Hot News: The Heading Text Size Should Match With the Size Of The Image