Definition of Complaisances
1. complaisance [n] - See also: complaisance
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Complaisances
Literary usage of Complaisances
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Prophetic Voices Concerning America: A Monograph by Charles Sumner (1874)
"The ordinary complaisances expected of a candidate have not been required of him, it being known that his service was one of incessant labor, ..."
2. History of Turkey by Alphonse de Lamartine (1855)
"Suspecting that a Greek courtesan, of whom he had received the first complaisances in love, was receiving nocturnal visits from another lover, ..."
3. A Selection of One Hundred of Perrin's Fables by John Perrin, Anthony Bolmar (1853)
"... d'un hypocrite; ses complaisances credulity. — Distrust 'yourself' of a ... his complaisances é sè z.an-près-man part sou-van d.un keur pcr-fid. et ses ..."