Content to do the best work he could, to preserve his own dignity, and leave the rest to future. Hamerton
Content to follow when we lead the way. Homer
Content: more easily found in want than in abundance. Michel De Montaigne
Contenta-te com teu estado, se queres viver descansado.
Contenta-te, papo, que já foste farto.
Contentar-se com o que a panela der.
Contentar-se com pouco é riqueza.
Contente-se com o seu estado quem quer viver sossegado.
Contentement d'une, apporte désir d'une autre.
Contentement passe richesse. fr] Peu de gens se croient véritablement heureux; car chacun désire avoir plus qu'il n'a et n'est jamais content de ce qu'il possède.
Contentezza passa ricchezza.
Contenti estote stipendiis vestris.
Contenti simus hoc Catone.
Contention is a hydra's head; the more they strive the more they may: and as Praxiteles did by his glass, when he saw a scurvy face in it, brake it in pieces: but for that one he saw many more as bad in a moment. Burton
Contention, like a horse Full of high feeding, madly hath broke loose, And bears down all before him. Shakespeare
Contentions fierce, Ardent, and dire, spring from no petty cause. Scott
Contentions for trifles can get but a trifling victory. Sir Philip Sidney
Contentment comes of the heart, not of the house.
Contentment consisteth not in adding/heaping more fuel, but in taking away some fire. Thomas Fuller
Contentment is a constant feast. Scotland
Contentment is above wealth.
Contentment is an inexhaustible treasure.
Contentment is better than divinations or visions. Landor
Contentment is more than kingdom.
Contentment is natural wealth; luxury, artificial poverty. Socrates
Contentment is not happiness. An oyster may be contented. Happiness is compounded of richer elements. Bovee
Contentment is not satisfaction. It is the grateful, faithful, fruitful use of what we have, little or much. It is to take the cup of Providence, and call upon the name of the Lord. What the cup contains is its contents. To get all there is in the cup is the act and art of contentment. Not to drink because one has but half a cup, or because one does not like its flavor, or because some one else has silver to one's own glass, is to lose the contents; and that is the penalty, if not the meaning of discontent. No one is discontented who employs and enjoys to the utmost what he has. It is high philosophy to say, we can have just what we like, if we like what we have; but this much at least can be done, and this is contentment, to have the most and best in life, by making the most and best of what we have. Maltbie Babcock
Contentment is the greatest wealth.
Contentment is wealth.
Contentment is worth more than riches.
Contentment is, after all, simply refined indolence. Haliburton
Contentment opes the source of every joy. Beattie
Contentment produces, in some measure, all those effects which the alchemist usually ascribes to what he calls the philosopher's stone; and if it does not bring riches, it does the same thing by banishing the desire for them. Addison
Contentment with to-day's lot makes candidacy for a better lot to-morrow. Charles H. Parkhurst
Contentment, as it is a short road and pleasant, has great delight and little trouble. Epictetus
Contento come una pasqua. frase idiomatica/fatta
Contento e cornuto. frase idiomatica/fatta
Contento io, contento il mondo.
Contento-me com pouco, mas desejo muito. Miguel de Cervantes
Contentons-nous d'admirer le beau, ne lui demandons pas ce qu'il est. Anne Barratin, 1845-1911
Conter des fagots. (Conter des bagatelles, des choses frivoles ou fausses et sans vraisemblance.)
Conter des fagots. info] Conter des bagatelles, des choses frivoles ou fausses et sans vraisemblance.
Conter, payer net et souvent, est d'amitié vrai aliment.
Contesa vecchia tasto si fa nuova.
Contestar injúria com injúria é lavar o barro com o barro. (Juan Luiz Vives)