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content
used in The Guardian

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1  —1 use as in:
content with how things are
Definition
satisfied
  • It was a world of Pete Gandys out there, blind and lazy morons who left us vulnerable to terrorists, not only with their stupidity, but with their lack of vigilance, their fat, contented ignorance.
    Thirty-six (51% in)

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  • Nine months later, his back and legs scarred, he ground his mother's sleeping pills and slipped the contents into her vodka.
    Thirty-three (61% in)
  • Those were the moments she'd felt most content, when she finally allowed herself to believe in the impossible.
    Fourteen (76% in)
  • A television blared in the corner of the bar, the windows were chalky with dirt, and the air was filled with smoke that curled above the tables like the contents of a lava lamp.
    Fifteen (38% in)

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