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content
used in Interview with the Vampire

8 uses
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content with how things are
Definition
satisfied
  • I knew peace only when I killed, only for that minute; and there was no question in my mind that the killing of anything less than a human being brought nothing but a vague longing, the discontent which had brought me close to humans, to watch their lives through glass.
    Part 1 (55% in)
  • ...conversations about killing and vampire nature in which Claudia could have instructed so much more easily than I, if she had ever showed the desire to take the lead-that outside these rooms, where nightly I was reassured with soft kisses and contented looks that the hateful passion which Claudia had shown once and once only would not return that outside these rooms, I would find that I was, according to my own hasty admission, truly changed: the mortal part of me was that part which...
    Part 3 (65% in)

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exact meaning not specified
  • Had I been mortal I would have been content to sleep there.
    Part 3 (79% in)
  • He would have been content on his little farm forever.
    Part 1 (22% in)
  • She pulled the contents from cabinets, emptied drawers onto the carpets, pulled one jacket after another from his armoires, turning the pockets inside out, throwing the coins and theater tickets and bits and pieces of paper away.
    Part 1 (88% in)
  • And I can see him clawing his way through the moist earth for such a coffin, dumping the fresh contents out in the swamps, and securing himself until the next nightfall in that shallow grave where no manner of man would be wont to disturb him.
    Part 2 (10% in)
  • But I would mainly have it as you would have it' And I could see her warmed, but looking past me, as if to say, 'You have no remedy; don't draw too near; don't ask of me what I ask of you: are you content?'
    Part 3 (3% in)
  • I could see a world of frescoes and murals surrounded us, their colors deep and vibrant above the dancing flame, and gradually the theme and content beside us came clear.
    Part 3 (21% in)

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