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Complacent definition pleased especially with oneself or ones merits advantages situation etc often without awareness of some potential danger or defect self satisfied the voters are too complacent to change the government. I gazed at my mothers poised beautiful profile as her face turned from side to side calm or complacent accepting what the route offered donald hall atlantic october 1996 mr davis organized his second great quintet in the mid 60s but by then jazz had taken a new turn and many felt he had become pass a complacent peacock. The literal meaning of this words latin root is very pleased but even though complacent people may seem pleased with themselves we are rarely pleased with them they are unconcerned by things that should concern them and they may neglect their duties. 1 satisfied with the current situation and unconcerned with changing it often to the point of smugness a geologic cautionary tale for a complacent world accustomed to reliable infusions of cheap energy paul roberts. Mrs bines so complacent overnight was the most disconsolate one of the group i wonder sometimes whether i was not too complacent over my proposed duties. An example of complacent is a person working in their office and not worried about the dangerous weather conditions outside. Corporate governance is the way a corporation polices itself in short it is a method of governing the company like a sovereign state instating its own customs policies and laws to its employees from the highest to the lowest levels. The tory government was incredibly complacent over weak domestic productivity with mr hammond already losing the most important battle over continued membership of the eus internal market. Complacent kmples nt adj pleased or satisfied esp extremely self satisfied etymology 17 th century from latin complacns very pleasing from complacre to be most agreeable to from com intensive placre to please
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