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amputate

to cut off a body part, especially by surgery

aptitude

a natural talent

beneficiary

one who benefits or gains an advantage from something

boon

a welcome gift or blessing

commiserate

to feel or express sorrow or compassion for; to sympathize

garner

to collect or gather; to acquire or obtain

gratis

without payment; free of charge

incapacitate

to make helpless or incapable

inception

the beginning of an action or process

magnanimous

generous, unselfish, or unforgiving

myriad

n. a very large
adj. very many

practicable

1. capable of being done; feasible
2. usable

remunerate

to pay or reward

solicit

to ask for in a formal way

trite

used so much that it is no longer fresh or new

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