self-content[ self-kuh n-tent, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-content
Synonyms for self-content
- faith in oneself
Antonyms for self-content
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SELF-CONTENT
"Hearty," that is what they are; it is the good side of their self-content.
And yet I envy them for what they do not know, for what they do not see, for their self-content.
With what an air of self-content the beautiful city parades her riches!
In his own selfish way he loved his father, and he shared in his pride and self-content.
The discovery of any serious fault in one of them would be a sore wound to his vanity, a destruction of his self-content.
From some cause the machinery of his self-content had possibly got out of gear; anyhow no answer came ready.
But these Frenchmen are so self-content and superficial, one never knows how they will take up anything.
These mixed feelings ruffled the bright surface of her self-content, inflated as it was by her increasing social success.
There was, to tell the truth, even a slight shade of self-content and approbation upon his handsome countenance.
"In a quiet way," replied she, with a smile of self-content, so lovely as a smile that no one would have minded its frank egotism.