Synonyms of content in English

: content1content2

content1


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adjective

1‘she seemed content with her lot in life’

SYNONYMS
contented, satisfied, pleased
gratified, fulfilled
happy, cheerful, cheery, glad, delighted
tranquil, unworried, untroubled, at ease, at peace, comfortable, serene, placid, complacent
ANTONYMS

discontented, dissatisfied


verb

1‘her reply seemed to content him’

SYNONYMS
soothe, pacify, placate, appease, please, mollify, make happy, satisfy, still, quieten, silence

noun

1‘she stood for a moment looking with content at her husband’

SYNONYMS
contentment, contentedness, satisfaction, fulfilment
happiness, pleasure, cheerfulness, gladness, gratification
ease, comfort, restfulness, well-being, peace, equanimity, serenity, tranquillity, placidity, placidness, repletion, complacency
archaic self-content
ANTONYMS

discontent


Synonyms of content in English

: content1content2

content2


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noun

1‘many restaurant meals are low in fibre content’

SYNONYMS
amount, proportion, quantity, bulk, total, quota
rare quantum

2‘just as the novel's form is radical, so too is its content’

SYNONYMS
subject matter, subject, theme, burden, gist, argument, thesis, message, point, thrust, substance, matter, material, text, ideas
ANTONYMS

style

3contents‘she went to examine the contents of the hamper’

SYNONYMS
things inside, content, load
informal guts, innards

4contents‘the book's list of contents’

SYNONYMS
chapters, sections, divisions
subject matter, subjects, themes, matter, substance, material, text
index
constituents, components, ingredients, elements, items

Phrases

    content oneself

    ‘too confused to argue, she contented herself with a nod’


    SYNONYMS

    be content, be satisfied, satisfy oneself

    be fulfilled, be gratified, be pleased, be happy, be glad