The incumbent top management of the biggest banks either did this, or is complicit, or is complacent.
The more people are comfortable and complacent, the more it plays into things that are destroying the world.
“Unions have been complacent in recent years,” Jenkins said.
At the very least, the complacent consensus that a global recovery is under way has been badly shaken.
The final score flattered Brazil, which had looked ragged and complacent for much of the game.
If she, Madame Lorilleux, had acted like that, Coupeau wouldn't be so complacent.
I wonder, sometimes, whether I was not too complacent over my proposed duties.
We clung to each other only the more closely, and, wrapped in our own happiness, viewed others' misfortunes with complacent pity.
The complacent sophistries of her girlhood no longer answered for truth.
Carlo Ammiani had corrected Corte's manner to him by a complacent readiness to give him distinct replies.
1650s, "pleasing," from Latin complacentem (nominative complacens) "pleasing," present participle of complacere "be very pleasing" (see complacence). Meaning "pleased with oneself" is from 1767. Related: Complacently.