For many women, the amendment should mark an end to an era of complacency.
That kind of complacency while the train is coming down the track causes people to lose faith in Congress.
complacency is turned against us as the figure bending over the hog suddenly looks up … and speaks.
More than anything, the biggest danger advocates fear is complacency.
Boston was, without question, an electrifying shock to what had become widespread American complacency.
But love is a complacency, and benevolence is but its effect or antecedent.
"It's a shame," she said, with a marked effort to subdue her own complacency.
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.
He might well think with some complacency of the influence he had exerted on the world.
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.