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Synonyms Dictionary

bulk, magnitude, dimension, bigness, largeness.

content1, adj. 1. satisfied, gratified, pleased; happy, glad, sunny, cheerful; delighted, charmed.
2. peaceful, tranquil, quiescent, placid; comfortable, snug, at ease, at peace; easygoing, relaxed, complacent, calm, carefree; unworried, untroubled, unconcerned. -v.
3. appease, gratify, satisfy; please, delight, gladden, charm, cheer; placate, humor, pacificate; soothe, pacify, mollify, dulcify; pamper, coddle, mollycoddle.
-n.
4. satisfaction, gratification, contentedness, contentment, complacency; happiness, pleasure, gladness, felicity, delight, cheer.
5. ease of mind, ease, comfort, well-being; quietude, respite, solace; serenity, peace, peacefulness, tranquillity.

contented, adj. satisfied, gratified, pleased. See - content1 (defs. 1, 2). contention, n. 1. struggle, conflict, strife, hostilities, combat, war; fight, clash, skirmish, battle, fray, affray, fracas, melee, brawl, barroom brawl, scuffle, tussle; set-to, scrap, fisticuffs, slugfest.
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rivalry, competition; contest, game, meet. See - contest (def. 2).
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dispute, debate, argument, disagreement, dissension; controversy, disputation, contest, logomachy; squabble, altercation, wrangle, broil, quarrel, feud; spat, tiff, jangle, velitation, bicker, row, miff.
4.
assertion, claim; opinion, view, belief,

contentious, adj. 1. quarrelsome, argumentative, disputatious, litigious, controversial; dissentious, factious, at loggerheads, at odds, at variance, at issue; captious, fractious, bickering, peevish, querulous; cross, testy, snappish, petulant.
2. competitive, combative, agonistic, competitory, ready to fight; pugnacious, belligerent, bellicose, brawling; opposing, conflicting, antagonistic, hostile,

contentment, n. satisfaction, gratification, contentedness; happiness, gladness. See - content1 (defs. 4, 5). contest, n. 1. battle, struggle, conflict. See - contention (def. 1).
2. competition, contention, rivalry; match, tourney, game, regatta, meet, joust, duel, tug of war; tournament, bout, round, encounter, engagement,
Fr. con-cours, athletic event; race, run, dash, sprint; trial, heat, scrimmage; run-off, sudden death, showdown; sweepstakes, derby, handicap, steeplechase; Olympics, (in ancient Greece) agon, decathlon, pentathlon, marathon, (in ancient Greece) agonistics.
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dispute, controversy, argument. See - contention (def. 3).
-v.4. struggle, battle, contend, fight, combat, war, wage war; wrestle, grapple, tussle, scuffle; set to, join battle with, engage, encounter; clash, skirmish, conflict; joust, tilt at, duel, fence, cross swords with; spar, brawl, scrap, box, fall to blows, SI. duke.
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dispute, argue, contend, litigate; oppose, controvert, challenge, impugn, counter; rebut, refute, deny, gainsay, confute; debate, call into question, question, Rare, discept.
6. compete, rival, strive against, vie; pit oneself against, play against, oppose, take on, face, challenge.

contestant, n. 1. competitor, contender, rival, opponent, adversary; agonist, protagonist, antagonist.
2. disputer, disputant, litigant,

context, n. 1. connection, contextual relation, relation, relationship, meaning; following words, next sentences; text, substance, subject, theme, topic, matter under discussion.

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The Chow Chow is at No. 10 in our most expensive dog breeds list, which can fetch between $3,000 $9,000. It s originally from China, where it is referred to as Songshi Quan which means puffy-lion dog . It s an ancient breed that dates back to around 300 B.C., Chow Chow is thought to served as hunting, birding and guard dog. It s a medium-sized dog with a large head and round muzzle, recognizable by its blue-black tongue and lion-like coat. Loyal to their owners and prized by dog fanciers for their regal appearance, Chow Chows are truly a unique breed.

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