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complacent
used in Not Without My Daughter

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Definition
contented (unworried and satisfied) — often to a fault
  • The pressure was building, upon me as well as on Moody, threatening to tear apart my careful plan to lull him into complacency.
complacency = being content not to worry
  • Essey's answers were gentle and complacent.
  • Although life was now considerably more comfortable, that raised the danger of complacency.

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