Complaisance (noun)

  1. A disposition or willingness to comply with the wishes of others.
  2. A tendency to be too willing to please or oblige others.

Origin:

Derived from the french word "complaisant" meaning eager to please or obliging.

Examples:

  1. The employee's complaisance was appreciated by the boss, who often asked for her help.
  2. The teacher's complaisance towards the students led to a relaxed and comfortable classroom environment.
  3. The politician's complaisance towards special interests groups led to accusations of corruption.
  4. The salesperson's complaisance towards customers led to a high volume of sales.
  5. The host's complaisance made guests feel welcomed and comfortable.
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