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Copious
large in quantity; abundant; containing an ample supply
Gargantuan
of immense size or volume; colossal; huge
Negligible
amounting to very little; not important enough to be worth considering; trifling
Proliferate
to multiply, increase, or spread rapidly; to produce new growth or offspring rapidly and repeatedly
Infirmity
a physical disability
Epidemic
an outbreak of a contagious disease that spreads rapidly
Susceptible
likely to be stricken or infected with or by
Virulent
having a strong tendency to cause harm; very severe
Cataclysm
a violent upheaval; a disaster
Havoc
widespread destruction; confusion or disorder
Obliterate
foul from standing still; lacking in freshness; stale
Stagnant
very skilled or capable
Adept
a talent or natural ability; ease in learning; intelligence
Aptitude
having unusual mental development at an early age
Precocious
a person who is exceptionally gifted, usually at a young age
Prodigy
a person who is exceptionally gifted, usually at a young age
Arrogant
excessively and unpleasantly convinced of one's own importance; overbearingly proud
humility
the quality of being humble; freedom from false pride
gloat
to feel or display triumphant, and often spiteful, satisfaction or delight
swagger
to walk or conduct oneself in a conceited or boastful manner; strut
meritorious
having having superior value; deserving praiseor showing a moderate estimation of one's own talents, abilities, or accomplishments; lacking in vanity
criterion
a standard, rule, or test on which a judgment or decision can be based
legitimate
authentic; genuine; real
subtle
not immediately obvious; so slight as to be difficult to detect or analyze
validate
to confirm or support on a sound basis or authority; verify; substantiate