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amputate
v.
to cut off a body part, especially by surgery
aptitude
n.
a natural talent
beneficiary
n.
one who beiefits or gains an advantage from something
boon
n
a welcome gift or blessing
commiserate
v.
to feel or express sorrow or compassion for; to sympathize
garner
v.
to collect or gather; to acquire or obtain
gratis
adj./adv
without payment; free of charge
incapacitate/incapacity
v./n.
to amke helpless or incapable
inception
n.
the beginning of an action or process
magnanimous/magnanimity
adj.
generous, unselfish, or forgiving

n.
quality of being above meaness or spite; generosity of spirit enabling one ot bear touble calmly
myriad
n
a very large number

adj
very many
practicable
adj.
capable of being done; feasable

2. usable
remunerate/renumeration
v./n.
to pay or reward
solicit/solicitation
v./n.
to ask for in a formal way
trite
adj.
used so much that it is no langer fresh or new