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facilitate, felicitate
facilitate (fuh SIL i tayt") (verb)
To make easy or easier: Winning millions in the lottery may facilitate entering the world of high-class society.
felicitate (fi LIS i tayt") (verb)
1. To wish joy or happiness to: The parents of the bride wanted to felicitate the newly wedded couple before they left for their honeymoon.
2. To congratulate: Mr. Jones did indeed felicitate the student, a neighbor, for his graduation from college with a check and a written note in an envelope.

Linwood thinks that if he calls his friends instead of writing to them, it will facilitate his ability to felicitate them for their new baby.

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felicitate restituta
With happiness restored.

Order of the Two Sicilies.

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