complaisance[ kuh m-pley-suh ns, -zuh ns, kom-pluh-zans ]SEE DEFINITION OF complaisance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPLAISANCE
But they have the complaisance to each other to pardon this gasconading.
This complaisance did not raise him in estimation at Vienna or elsewhere.
“Your complaisance does credit to your good nature, sir,” exclaimed the old man.
Your Court physician can carry his complaisance even to poison.
But how shall I convince you that I am actuated by love and not by complaisance?
He takes her little caprices with complaisance, and contemplates her with love.
But they left Francis in no doubt respecting the price of their complaisance.
Pen and Jane looked at each other and at the two men's grins of complaisance.
Nations, like kings, are not good by facility and complaisance.
This cardinal is an agreeable imp, and I must give him a kiss for his complaisance.