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enlightened
used in Cujo

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Definition
having or receiving important knowledge or understanding — (sometimes a spiritual belief)

or:

free of false beliefs based on superstition or prejudice
  • She had gone away a little reassured by the doctor's conviction that Brett would not go sleepwalking out a window or down the middle of a highway, but without being much enlightened.
  • Yet even in this enlightened age, when so many parents are aware of the psychological damage they may do to their children, surely there was one parent somewhere in Castle Rock — or perhaps one grandmother — who quieted the kids by telling them that Frank Dodd would get them if they didn't watch out, if they weren't good.

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