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Use "helpmeet" in a sentence
"No, no! Mrs. G., as he commonly called his helpmeet, might do that sort of thing, but she must n't bother him about it."
"So far as I can see, the average husband, actual or to be, still entertains the conviction that the word helpmeet, being interpreted, means second fiddle; and acts in accordance with that honest conviction."
"A dutiful servile helpmeet, that is what the script they have to work from always said to me."