Synonyms & Antonyms :
( Adjective )
With a complacent smile, he sent us off to our native place.
Resting on one’s laurels
He is content to stay in his present job for the time being.
It is extremely gratified to see one’s effort rewards.
Your mother will be pleased with you for your brilliant result.
I felt quite satisfied with my day’s work.
Throughout the crisis she remain serene and in control.
The strikes are a sign for growing discontent.
Many women feel dissatisfied with their appearance.
She feels very insecure about her marriage.
I had an uneasy suspicion that all was not well.
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