content (adj.) 2
contented, patient, accepting, undisturbed
3H6 III.i.67 [Second Keeper to King] if you be a king crowned with content, / Your crown content and you must be contented / To go along with us [second instance]
3H6 IV.vii.24 [Edward to all] I challenge nothing but my dukedom, / As being well content with that alone
AYL II.iv.15 [Touchstone to Rosalind as Ganymede] When I was at home I was in a better place, but travellers must be content
AYL III.ii.71 [Corin to Touchstone] [I am] content with my harm
Cor II.i.57 [Menenius to Brutus and Sicinius] I must be content to bear with those that say you are reverend grave men
KJ III.i.42 [Arthur to Constance] I do beseech you, madam, be content
KL II.iv.230 [Regan to Lear] those that mingle reason with your passion / Must be content to think you old
MA V.i.92 [Antonio to Leonato] Hold you content
MM II.ii.105 [Angelo to Isabella] Your brother dies tomorrow. Be content
MM II.ii.79 [Angelo to Isabella] Be you content, fair maid
MND V.i.132 [Quince as Prologue, of Pyramus and Thisbe] through Wall's chink, poor souls, they are content / To whisper
MV III.ii.134 [Bassanio to himself, reading a scroll] Since this fortune falls to you, / Be content and seek no new
Oth III.iii.170 [Iago to Othello] Poor and content is rich, and rich enough
R2 II.i.188 [York to King Richard] I, pleased / Not to be pardoned, am content withal
TN V.i.349 [Olivia to Malvolio] Prithee, be content
WT I.i.40 [Archidamus to Camillo, of people wanting to live to see Mamillius grown up] Would they else be content to die?