She felt all the honest pride and complacency which her alliance with the present and future proprietor could fairly warrant,
In short, she sat, during the first visit, looking at Jane Fairfax with twofold complacency; the sense of pleasure and the sense of rendering justice, and was determining that she would dislike her no longer.
—Must not compliment, I know (eyeing Emma most complacently)—that would be rude—but upon my word, Miss Woodhouse, you do look—how do you like Jane’s hair?
The word home made his father look on him with fresh complacency.
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He had become complacent after years of success.
This team could win State if they stay hungry instead of getting too complacent.