Origin of complacent
Examples from the Web for complacently
Instead he complacently believed that because the Federal Reserve had defeated inflation, all was well with the economy.
But she sighed again as she entered her own suite to find Nina and Amy complacently dressing themselves for the afternoon's run.Harriet and the Piper|Kathleen Norris
His partisans—he has some—complacently compare him with his uncle, the first Bonaparte.Napoleon the Little|Victor Hugo
“That's where my sunrise has the call,” said Uncle Larry, complacently.Humorous Ghost Stories|Dorothy Scarborough