Synonyms for Complaisance:


cooperation, adherence, integrity, observation, legalism, give and take, observance. agreeableness (noun)
compliance, deference, acquiescence, graciousness, courtesy, kindness, obligingness, friendliness.
agreement (noun)
attribute (noun)
compliancy, compliance, deference, obligingness.
cheerfulness (noun)
bonhomie, lightheartedness, cordiality, merriness, geniality, Jolliness, friendliness, good humor, cheer, sunniness, Cheeriness, happiness, amiability, joyfulness, pleasance, jauntiness, gaiety, easygoingness, agreeableness, cheerfulness, congeniality, buoyancy, warmness, affability.
complaisance (noun)
compliancy, compliance, deference, obligingness.
compliance (noun)
courtesy (noun)
good manners (noun)
obedience (noun)
pleasure (noun)
brightness, relish, pleasure, euphoria, gladness, gratification, entertainment, well-being, enjoyment, rapture, enthrallment, ecstasy, bliss, joy, jollity, satisfaction, delight, Bonniness, agreeability, contentment, exhilaration, amusement.
servility (noun)
docility, subordination, humbleness, subservience, serfdom, yieldingness, inferiority, servility, fealty, willingness, slavishness, servitude, devotion, submissiveness, vassalage, subjection, obedience, humility, deference, genuflection, homage, duty, Lowliness, acquiescence.

Other synonyms:

cooperation, adherence, courtesy, observance, integrity, give and take, legalism. observation. Other relevant words:
compliance, courtesy, adherence, kindness, compliancy, legalism, obligingness, graciousness.

Usage examples for complaisance

  1. Its imperial future was opened up by the deft complaisance now shown by Charles Buonaparte. – The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2) by John Holland Rose
  2. By the oversight or complaisance of Lord Bathurst, the rule which made the outlay of capital the condition of a grant, was not inserted in the covenant. – The History of Tasmania, Volume I (of 2) by John West
  3. With a certain complaisance Seyd looked on while his enemies scattered on a run that was diversified by uncouth leaps as the mozo's whip bit on tender places. – The Mystery of The Barranca by Herman Whitaker