Speaking by phone, Henry Winkler says contentedly that he is in a house “full of grandchildren and their parents.”
As the men so contentedly remained in the dangerous position, it may be inferred that they were as wise as the sergeant.
"I'll go on with it when I'm rested and Judy is fresh," she said contentedly.
He went outside into the clear starlight, and lounged down to the small bridge beside the mill, contentedly smoking his pipe.
In a soft child's voice the prisoner was babbling endlessly, contentedly.
"What a fine family of young folks I have, to be sure," he gloried, looking around him contentedly.
"But I'm glad it's all over," Theodora said contentedly, the next day.
What a plague business has he to be paddling up and down, contentedly doing his duty, like any city watchman?
Still, as I could not contentedly remain where I was, I pushed forward.
Rudolph handed him the apple with an apology, and he began to munch it contentedly.