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content
used in Murder On The Orient Express

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1  —1 use as in:
content with how things are
Definition
satisfied
  • At any rate, Madame, you are quite happy and contented now?
    2.14 — Part 2 Chapter 14 — The Evidence of the Weapon (63% in)

There are no more uses of "content" flagged with this meaning in Murder On The Orient Express.

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  • Poirot took a quick glance through the contents of the small case on the seat.
    2.15 — Part 2 Chapter 15 — The Evidence of the Passengers' Luggage (76% in)
  • M. Poirot was content to watch the teeming activity of the station through a window pane.
    1.1 — Part 1 Chapter 1 — The Facts (80% in)
  • Poirot managed adroitly to help the good lady to replace the contents of her handbag, and he then shepherded her towards the door.
    2.4 — Part 2 Chapter 4 — The Evidence of the American Lady (95% in)
  • The contents of all three were simple and straightforward, and the examination would not have taken more than a couple of minutes had not Mrs. Hubbard delayed matters by insisting on due attention being paid to photographs of "my daughter" and of two rather ugly children-"my daughter's children.
    2.14 — Part 2 Chapter 14 — The Evidence of the Weapon (97% in)
  • The contents of Mr. Hardman's two "grips" were soon examined and passed.
    2.15 — Part 2 Chapter 15 — The Evidence of the Passengers' Luggage (4% in)
  • Poirot finished his search by opening the little cupboard above the washbasin and taking a rapid glance at its contents-a sponge, face cream, powder and a small bottle labelled trional.
    2.15 — Part 2 Chapter 15 — The Evidence of the Passengers' Luggage (43% in)

There are no more uses of "content" in Murder On The Orient Express.

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