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  • noun Excessive complacency.


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  • Dan Bystrom , head of U.S. equity derivatives trading, at MF Global Inc., views the contrast as one of several signs of overcomplacency in the market, at a time when a variety of macroeconomic head winds could blow stocks back.

    Options Flash a Caution Sign for '11 Brendan Conway 2011

  • If there be a fault in these cats, overcomplacency might be the name for it; they err a shade too sure of themselves, and their assumption that the world means to treat them respectfully has just a little taint of the grande dame.

    Penrod and Sam Booth Tarkington 1907


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