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  • ’Why not?’ answered Chief White Halfoat, and lay back in the mud contentedly with the bottle of rye cuddled in his arms.
  • Yossarian was dumbfounded by his state of rapturous contentment.
  • She drew a deep, smiling, contented breath and regarded him amorously with a melting gaze.
  • Yossarian gorged himself in the mess hall until he thought he would explode and then sagged back in a contented stupor, his mouth filmy with a succulent residue.
  • He heaved an immense sigh of contentment.
  • A lissome, blond, sinuous girl with lovely legs and honey-colored skin laid herself out contentedly on the arm of the old man’s chair and began molesting his angular, pale, dissolute face languidly and coquettishly.
  • Colonel Korn laughed, locking his hands contentedly on top of his head again.
  • They were indeed sending everyone overseas, even Lieutenant Scheisskopf, who had resisted the move with all the vigor and wisdom at his command and who reported for duty at General Peckem’s office in a mood of grave discontent.
  • The girl smiled with contentment when she opened her eyes and saw him, and then, stretching her long legs languorously beneath the rustling sheets, beckoned him into bed beside her with that look of simpering idiocy of a woman in heat.

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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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