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Synonyms for complacent

Synonyms for complacent

contented to a fault with oneself or one's actions

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He looked tired and worn, but there was the same complacent repose upon his features that they always wore: and through dirt, and beard, and whisker, there still shone, unimpaired, the self-satisfied smirk of flash Toby Crackit.
But what added most to the grotesque expression of his face was a ghastly smile, which, appearing to be the mere result of habit and to have no connection with any mirthful or complacent feeling, constantly revealed the few discoloured fangs that were yet scattered in his mouth, and gave him the aspect of a panting dog.
When poured out, he took it and looked at it with a sharp, complacent air, like,a man who thinks he has done about the right thing, and hit the nail on the head, and proceeded to dispose of it in short and well-advised sips.
But then, again, my exasperating insight into Alfred's self- complacent soul, his freedom from all the doubts and fears, the unsatisfied yearnings, the exquisite tortures of sensitiveness, that had made the web of my life, seemed to absolve me from all bonds towards him.
THE Royal College of GPs warned "we must not become complacent with abysmal waiting lists".
'I told Ate Sisi (Cherry Rondina) during the huddle after our win that we shouldn't be complacent because there's still one more game left to play,' said Laure in Filipino.
Vice-chancellor of Binary University Prof Sulochana Nair said some universities prioritised their performance in the rankings to the detriment of their educational goals and grew complacent in this area.
Duque said that the DOH, as well as the public, should not be "complacent" despite the decreasing number of measles cases.
You get complacent in any game, and you get found out.
THE Government has come under fire for being "complacent" over plans to improve a notorious North East road.
Global Banking News-May 1, 2018--Indian bank union says central bank complacent on banks' misdemeanours
Despite their hot streak, Ateneo skipper Maddie Madayag stressed they should not be complacent.
The Tory was complacent domestic DURING the General Election both Labour and Tory parties, with the help of some media, mocked Plaid Cymru and SNP antiausterity plans to borrow and increase spending to build more homes.
The Labour leader has said the abuse is "absolutely and totally wrong", but Mr Smith accused him of being "complacent" and failing to get a grip on the problem.
When you've began to achieve your targets it's tempting to become complacent, but you mustn't allow your ambition to wane or complacency to take hold.