If this is fiction as funhouse, it is very serious fun, and you enter at the risk of your own complacency.
complacency is turned against us as the figure bending over the hog suddenly looks up … and speaks.
Resist the easy comforts of complacency, the specious glitter of materialism, the narcotic paralysis of self-satisfaction.
Boston was, without question, an electrifying shock to what had become widespread American complacency.
More than anything, the biggest danger advocates fear is complacency.
But love is a complacency, and benevolence is but its effect or antecedent.
The arts have declined, but our complacency over their decline has ceased.
I think this was a very pretty speech, for a youth of twenty; and I confess I look back upon it, even now, with complacency.
I have learnt that a measure of self-pride, of complacency, is essential to every human being.
The conductor's face lost something of its complacency; in fact, it settled to a quite sober cast as the owner of it moved away.