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help sb. (1 only S.; 2 a common S. sense)
1. “at help,” in our favour Ham. IV. iii. 47.
2. relief, cure, remedy Err. V. i. 160, 2H6 IV. vii. 95, Troil. IV. i. 47 “There is no help,” Cor. III. i. 220, IV. vi. 121, Ven. 93, Sonn. cliii. 11 “I, sick withal, the help of bath desired.”
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    • William Shakespeare, The Second Part of Henry VI, 4.7
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