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Synonyms for content

content yourself with something

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  • satisfy yourself with
  • be happy with
  • be satisfied with
  • be content with

Synonyms for content

having achieved satisfaction, as of one's goal

to grant or have what is demanded by (a need or desire)

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everything that is included in a collection and that is held or included in something

the proportion of a substance that is contained in a mixture or alloy etc

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the amount that can be contained

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the state of being contented with your situation in life

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something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation

satisfy in a limited way

make content

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satisfied or showing satisfaction with things as they are

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References in classic literature ?
The beggar stood sturdily in his tracks contenting himself with beating off the attack.
But the abbess, on her part, maintained a reserve still more prudent, contenting herself with making a profound inclination of the head every time the fair traveler pronounced the name of his Eminence.
They are not vengeful and enterprising in warfare, however; seldom sending war parties to attack the Blackfeet towns, but contenting themselves with defending their own territories and house.
D'Artagnan, aware of the consequences of a fall, which would result in a cold bath, allowed him to go as he liked, contenting himself with looking at, on the horizon, three rocks, that rose up like lance-blades from the bosom of the plain, destitute of verdure.
He often passed his evenings, when Madame de Cintre had so appointed it, at the chilly fireside of Madame de Bellegarde, contenting himself with looking across the room, through narrowed eyelids, at his mistress, who always made a point, before her family, of talking to some one else.