The guard did not die, but surrendered, and retired into an otium cum dignitate.
The otium cum dignitate, if it ever come, will come as well years after this as now.
This I consider as enjoying the otium cum dignitate, as the end and privilege of a life of study.
Never did the Latin saying "otium cum dignitate" have a greater commentary to the mind of a poet than in this noble building.
They were rich by work or by inheritance, and they gracefully accepted the otium cum dignitate which this condition permitted.
He enjoys his otium cum dignitate at Certaldo: there he is my castellan, and his chase is unlimited in those domains.
I intend also to give up my other agencies: I am rather old and must retire to enjoy a little of the otium cum dignitate.
The inhabitants were lying about in front of it, evidently enjoying the otium cum dignitate.
If I mistake not much, he will, in the course of a year, enjoy perfect 'otium cum dignitate'.