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intervene (part of speech: verb)
expedite (part of speech: verb)
mediate (part of speech: verb)
utilize (part of speech: verb)
enable (part of speech: verb)
facilitate (part of speech: verb)
aid (part of speech: verb)
- They soon met, in a retired part of the way, a stranger, armed according to the custom of the times, and mounted upon a very magnificent steed, which had been prepared for him to facilitate his escape after the accomplishment of the fell deed. - "Henry IV, Makers of History", John S. C. Abbott.
- Where the road crossed the stream deep approaches had been dug into the banks in order to facilitate the passage of conveyances- a " drift" it is called in South Africa- and on either side for a distance of a mile, up and down the stream, the burghers stood by their horses and waited for the coming of the day. - "With the Boer Forces", Howard C. Hillegas.
- We suggested that systematic arrangements would not only facilitate our labor, but would lessen his own task. - "In Indian Mexico (1908)", Frederick Starr.