Contentment (noun)

  1. A state of happiness and satisfaction.
  2. Feeling pleased and satisfied with one's situation.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french contentement, from contenter "satisfy, content" (see content).

Examples:

  1. He felt a sense of contentment after a hard day's work.
  2. She found contentment in her simple life.
  3. The contentment on his face was clear to see.
  4. They led a life of contentment, with very little material wealth but a great deal of happiness.
  5. The contentment of the child was infectious and spread to everyone around her.
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