content (v.) 2
calm [down], settle, relax
3H6 I.i.85 [York to King, of sitting in his throne] It must and shall be so; content thyself
Cym [Queen to Cornelius] O, content thee
E3 III.ii.13 [First Frenchman to First Citizen] Content thee, man [i.e. calm down!]
E3 V.i.162 [King Edward to Queen] Content thee, Philippe
KJ II.i.548 [King Philip to King John, of Constance] how may we content / This widow-lady?
KL I.iv.310 [Gonerill to Albany, interrupting him] Pray you, content [or: adjective use]
MA V.i.87 [Antonio to Leonato] Content yourself
Oth I.i.41 [Iago to Roderigo] content you
RJ I.v.65 [Capulet to Tybalt, of Romeo] Content thee, gentle coz, let him alone
TS I.i.195 [Lucentio to Tranio, of his plan] content thee, for I have it full
TS I.i.90 [Baptista to Gremio and Hortensio] content ye
TS II.i.334 [Baptista to Gremio and Tranio as Lucentio, of their rivalry] Content you, gentlemen