contentment[ kuh n-tent-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF contentment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTENTMENT
Not contentment, but a lamentation and an ancient tale of wrong!
When my uncle left me, it was in more than contentment with my lot.
His contentment, however, was by no means his whole atmosphere.
Ambition and Contentment are the night and day of my life-journey.
Through this mist of contentment came Fraser's voice, "That is all!"
Contentment for him was apparently right there at Gould's Bluffs and nowhere else.
But day by day this contentment left him, and he was haunted by strange sinkings of the heart.
Contentment's a kingdom, as folk say, and religion is no worse for a bit o' charity.
There was something, too, very pathetic in Satterlee's contentment.
Hotei is the patron of contentment, and of course is the father of happiness.