Definition of complacent:
prideful, stuck-up, biggety, self-righteous, complacency, unconcerned, egotistic, like a bull in a china shop, Midland, careless, nonchalant, self-conceited, apathetic, vain, disinterested, pococurante, pompous, important, swellheaded, consequential, self-opinionated, bigheaded, egoistic, assured, insouciant, self-complacent, casual, uninterested, vainglorious, remiss, smug, proud, perfunctory, insensible, content, self-important, incurious, self-satisfied, lackadaisical, uncurious, contented, slipshod, overweening.
- "Paul Clifford, Volume 3.", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
Extraordinary is this complacent sense of security of the British male when he butts into the paths and customs of countries of which he knows literally nothing; and he had arrived at the temple all in good time.- "Leonie of the Jungle", Joan Conquest.
- "Stories By English Authors: London", Various.