Complacent \Com*pla"cent\, a. [L. complacens very pleasing, p.
pr. of complacere; com- + placere to please: cf. F.
complaisant. See Please and cf. Complaisant.]
Self-satisfied; contented; kindly; as, a complacent temper; a complacent smile. [1913 Webster]
They look up with a sort of complacent awe . . . to kings. --Burke. [1913 Webster]
1: contented to a fault with oneself or one's actions; "he had become complacent after years of success"; "his self- satisfied dignity" [syn: complacent, self-satisfied, self-complacent]
29 Moby Thesaurus words for "complacent": bovine, consequential, narcissan, narcissine, narcissistic, narcistic, overproud, overweening, self-admiring, self-approving, self-assuming, self-complacent, self-congratulating, self-congratulatory, self-content, self-contented, self-delighting, self-endeared, self-esteeming, self-gratulating, self-gratulatory, self-important, self-loving, self-respecting, self-satisfied, self-sufficient, smug, vain, vainglorious
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