Hello there, is there any significant difference between content/satisfied and happy? My dictionary explains that "content" needs to be used predicatively only, so I cannot say "he is a content man" but "the man is content". Can I say "I'm content with my life"? I come across it only in written form, all I hear is "I'm happy/satisfied with my life". Is it a matter of register? Is it more formal to say "I'm content to live in England"? Sounds strange to me but I may be wrong! Thank you for your help!