- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lend a hand.
“I rashly lent a hand when they started to work the cask for'ard, between seas and taking advantage of the rolls and pitches, to the shelter under the forecastle-head.”
“Tom lent a hand and they lifted the security offi -”
“Then Kapchenaga lent a hand in the form of several bolts of the Light-That-Burns.”
“Accordingly, she’d lent a hand to some last minute details that Erin had requested her help with, chatted with Sandra who had returned from Antonio’s aglow, and would, along with Antonio, be joining them at the restaurant for dinner, admired Lissa’s bridesmaid’s dress and in general kept busy until it was time to go upstairs and dress.”
“The child had fallen asleep, so the woman placed it on a heap of furs and lent a hand in fortifying the camp.”
“Finished the sorting, Martin lent a hand in wringing the clothes.”
“The dairyman's pupil had lent a hand in getting the cows together of late, and at the fifth or sixth time she turned her eyes, as she rested against the cow, full of sly inquiry upon him.”
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