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contented
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • He seemed to feel a profound contentment.
  • I am humbly aware that the wife of a great man has to be contented with reflected glory-don’t you think so, Miss Taggart?
  • If this is the manner of your love for me, if bearing the name of my wife will give you some form of contentment, I won’t take it away from you.
  • Should we sacrifice the contentment of the whole of mankind to the greed of a few non-conformists?
  • At such moments as he remembered her presence, he noticed that she sat efficiently straight, almost flaunting the perfection of her poise; she seemed alertly awake and contented, as if she were starting out on a purposeful journey of early morning.
  • She looked at his pupils, at the three pliant, agile figures half stretched on canvas chairs in poses of relaxed contentment, dressed in slacks, windbreakers and open-collared shirts: John Galt, Francisco d’Anconia, Ragnar Danneskjold.
  • My contentment is the measure of your virtue.
  • The boy’s head dropped back against Rearden’s arm, the eyes closing, the mouth relaxing, as if to hold a moment’s profound contentment.
  • When the image of Mouch held the screen, these faces were relaxed in bored contentment, which was not pleasure, but the comfort of license, of knowing that nothing was demanded of them and nothing was firm or certain.
  • But the ten years of his marriage had been real, he thought-and these were the men who assumed the power to dispose of it, to decide whether he would have a chance of contentment on earth or be condemned to torture for the rest of his lifetime.
  • She could renounce the railroad, she thought; she could find contentment here, in this forest; but she would build the path, then reach the road below, then rebuild the road-and then she would reach the storekeeper of Woodstock and that would be the end, and the empty white face staring at the universe in stagnant apathy would be the limit placed on her effort.

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  • She grew more contented with age.
  • It’s hard to get her to consider a change because she is so contented with the way things are.

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