in a state of peaceful happiness:he seemed more content, less bitter willing to accept something; satisfied:he had to be content with third place [with infinitive]:the duke was content to act as Regent
1 [mass noun] a state of satisfaction:the greater part of the century was a time of content
2a member of the British House of Lords who votes for a particular motion.
satisfy (someone):nothing would content her apart from going off to Barcelona
(content oneself with
) accept as adequate despite wanting more or better:we contented ourselves with a few small purchases