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compensation
payment to cover injuries or damage for which a person is responsible
proclivity
a propensity for something objectionable, like swearing.
idemnification
repayment by an insurance company for what one has lost, or by government agency for what one has spent
invalidism
a state of chronic prostration(a falling down in worship, exhaustion) if the person must stay in bed most of the time
reinstatement
restoration to a post of position from which one has been unjustly removed
restitution
restoration, reparation
sagacity
shrewdness, sound judgment
predilection
preconceived preference of partially
perspicacity
stresses insight and the understanding of dark and difficult matters.
propensity
natural tendency, bent
recuperation
usually recovery from illness or exhaustion
penchant
a strong liking or taste for some odd habit or objects
vicissitude
irregular change, ups and downs.
predisposition
a susceptibility, a bent or a natural(but not preconceived) preference
sagacity
is practical wisdsom with far-sightedness and the ability to make intelligent decisions.
perspicacity
mental penetration, discernment
rehabilitation
the restoration of a person to health or usefulness
proneness
a human weakness or leaning toward a quality or an attitude.
surfeit
excess, disgust from excess
perspicuity
acuteness of discernment and also includes clarity and lucidity of expression as well.
perspicacity
implies acuteness of discernment
prerogative
privilege, right
to make REPARATION
is to pay for the material damage one has done.
bias
unreasoned preference or slant, favorable or unfavorable.
pendere
hang or weigh
propriety
conformity to accepted standards of behavior, rightness of suitability
prostration
a falling down in worship, exhaustion