content (adj.) 3
satisfied, calm, easy in mind
Cor I.i.36 [First Citizen to Second Citizen, of Coriolanus' deeds] soft-conscienced men can be content to say it was for his country
Cor III.ii.130 [Coriolanus to Volumnia] Pray be content
Cym V.iv.103 [Jupiter to all] Be content, / Your low-laid son our godhead will uplift
E3 III.iv.46 [King Edward to Audley, of Prince Edward's dangerous situation] Audley, content
JC I.iii.142 [Cassius to Cinna] Be you content
JC IV.ii.41 [Brutus to Cassius] Cassius, be content
KL I.iv.310 [Gonerill to Albany] Pray you, content
MND II.ii.116 [Helena to Lysander] Yet Hermia still loves you. Then be content
MW I.iv.68 [Mistress Quickly to Caius] Good master, be content
Oth III.iii.447 [Iago to Othello] Yet be content
Oth IV.ii.164 [Iago to Desdemona] I pray you, be content
R2 V.ii.82 [Aumerle to Duchess of York] Good mother, be content
Tem V.i.144 [Prospero to Alonso, of patience] I have her sovereign aid, / And rest myself content [or: sense 2]
TNK III.i.81 [Arcite to Palamon] Be content