Did you perchance mean mediocrity?
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“Can we live that aurea mediocritas, that golden middle ground the Latin poet talked about?”
“Horace was wrong, mediocre poets may exist (now and then), and he was a wise man who first spoke of aurea mediocritas.”
“The doctrine of [Greek: m_eden agan], the _aurea mediocritas_, have no attractions for him.”
“Aurea mediocritas," exclaimed my uncle, delighted with his quotation.”
“Horace was wrong, mediocre poets may exist (now and then), and he was a wise man who first spoke of _aurea mediocritas_.”
“These noble words were said on the sill of the door, above which was written, "Aurea mediocritas.”
“This _aurea mediocritas_ was but little satisfactory to Mme. de Marville.”
“111, 3, 'Habuit in hoc quoque bello mediocritas nostra speciosi ministerii locum.”
“You only lack a pretty daughter-in-law to pass the rest of your days in this 'aurea mediocritas,' the wish of the Latin poet, surrounded by family joys.”
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