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complacent
used in To the Lighthouse

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Definition
contented (unworried and satisfied) — often to a fault
  • With equal complacence she saw his misery, his meanness, and his torture.
    2 — Time Passes (49% in)
  • He looked complacently at his foot, still held in the air.
    3 — The Lighthouse (14% in)

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