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not go amiss

To be helpful and appreciated. An extra pair of hands in the kitchen would not go amiss, you know.
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not come/go aˈmiss

(British English) be useful or pleasant in a particular situation: A little luck wouldn’t go amiss right now!
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A bit of wizardry on the pitch would not go amiss as the Christmas spirit begins to take shape.
It's a solid album, no mistake, but a few more memorable melodies like Don't Believe In Love, wouldn't go amiss.
A few more fillings on the menu would not go amiss - but the unusual choices more than made up for it.
Oh, two Christmases a year wouldn't go amiss either.
A reminder of the Ten Commandments wouldn't go amiss either - before it is too late.
If an analyst needs to monitor a company every three months, it indicates that something can go amiss with the company at any time.
To love means to put someone or something before oneself, to rise above the pettiness of the ego, and in that we can never go amiss.
Ovitz also told Carson officials the league may ask the city to keep its proposal on the table for 60 to 90 days should something go amiss with the Coliseum project.
Er, yes, please, and a slice of lime wouldn't go amiss either.
Basically, spending a fair few quid wouldn't go amiss.
Wayne Rooney is struggling for his best form and a bit of competition would not go amiss for the frontman role - like a marquee signing.
I realise we can't return to the days of the old conductoress putting the chain across and shouting "Wait your turn" but a modicum of civility wouldn't go amiss.
Mila also looks dark under the eyes, so some Touche Eclat wouldn't go amiss.
In certain circumstances a bit more patience probably wouldn't go amiss and Chris [Gordon] is always telling me I need to be better with the owners after a race when I've been beaten.
Today marks an important period for retailers in this region and, as well as getting profile at a local level some national profile for our excellent shopping centres wouldn't go amiss.