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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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contented (unworried and satisfied) — often to a fault
  • Once in the cab of the tomato-red pickup, Hester and Owen were freed from the regulations of the Dance Committee; they lit up, the smoke from their cigarettes concealed the assumed complacency of their expressions, and each of them lolled an arm out a rolled-down window as Owen turned up the volume of the radio and drove, artfully away.
    p. 298.6

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