Sentence example with the word 'complacent'

complacent

bovine, narcissan, narcissistic, overproud, self-admiring, self-assuming, self-congratulating, self-content, self-delighting, self-esteeming, self-gratulatory, self-loving, self-satisfied, smug, vainglorious

Definition adj. contented to a fault with oneself or one's actions

Last update: January 8, 2016

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We were never complacent about the threat from global terrorism.   [adjective]

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Do n't get complacent about items in your car.   [adjective]

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'Friend,' said Gilfillan, with a more complacent voice than he had hitherto used, 'honour not me.'   [adjective]

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Now, after all this discussion," continued the old gentleman, with one of his slyest and most complacent looks, "what would you think, Mr.   [adjective]

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The Vicar fixed a scrutinizing and not a very complacent eye upon this intruder.   [adjective]

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It was the sequel to his complacent reflections on his success in Petersburg.   [adjective]

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Mann sighed again: evidently to the satisfaction of the public character: who, repressing a complacent smile by looking sternly at his cocked hat, said, 'Mrs.'   [adjective]

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And with a complacent sigh he would return to the drawing room.   [adjective]

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