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The definition of complacent is happy with one's self and unconcerned. An example of complacent is a person working in their office and not worried about the dangerous weather conditions outside.What is the noun for complacent?
complacent (adjective): feeling or showing pleasure or satisfaction, especially in one’s own conditions; self-satisfied. complacence/complacency (noun): the state of being pleased. The nouns complacence and complacency convey the idea of self-satisfaction accompanied by a lack of awareness of a potential danger.What is another word for complicit?
Synonyms for 'complicit': concerned, active, involved, submerged, serious, engaged, in the process of doing something, be harnessed to, on board