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contenter

  1. (rare) comparative form of content: more content
    • December 21, 1832, Thomas Adsett, letter to the Rev. Robert Ridsdal, published in Wendy Cameron et al. (eds.), English Immigrant Voices: Labourers’ Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s (McGill-Queen's Press, 2000), ISBN 9780773568334, p. 87:
      I thank God, that my children has got two such good homes as they have, and I am a great deal contenter, than in England, and can make a good living.

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contenter

  1. (transitive) to content, to satisfy.
  2. (reflexive) to content oneself, to be content (with de ‎(with))
    Je me contente de très peu d'argent.
    I am content with very little money.
    Il s'est contenté de manger les restes.
    He contented himself with eating the leftovers.

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