As adverbs the difference between brusquely and complacently
is that brusquely
is in a brusque manner; abruptly; rudely while complacently
is in a complacent manner; overly calm and contented; not troubled.
In a brusque manner; abruptly; rudely.
In a complacent manner; overly calm and contented; not troubled.
, date=June 17
, author=Nathan Rabin
, title=TV: Review: THE SIMPSONS (CLASSIC): “Homer’s Triple Bypass” (season 4, episode 11; originally aired 12/17/1992)
, work=The Onion AV Club
, passage=At work Mr. Burns spies Homer munching complacently
on a donut and hisses that each donut Homer shoves into his fat face brings him one donut closer to the poisoned donut Mr. Burns has ordered thrown into the mix as a form of culinary Russian Roulette, only to learn from Smithers that the plant’s lawyers ultimately nixed the poisoned donut plan because “they consider it murder.”}}