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complacent
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
contented (unworried and satisfied) — often to a fault
  • Mr. Ewell wrote on the back of the envelope and looked up complacently to see Judge Taylor staring at him as if he were some fragrant gardenia in full bloom on the witness stand,
    p. 237.5
complacently = without concern
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