English words and Examples of Usage

use "solemn" in a sentence

They are the same children who looked so solemn and confused in May.

President Francois Hollande will lead a solemn ceremony at the Invalides complex.

This is we the people, speaking in most solemn terms, through the amendment process.

He became known as the "Voice of God," reading lyrical descriptions in solemn tones.

Her grandfather is a very solemn man who almost never smiles.

Brock made a solemn promise to his girlfriend that he would never cheat on her again.

Venetian music of the 1600s served to glorify the majesty of state and church on both solemn and festive occasions. glow

The Veterans' Day ceremonies were a very solemn occasion.

He is solemn and intellectual, but is quite generous and is a mentor to Ewan.

The crowd was very solemn at the ceremony to remember those lost in the ferry disaster.

I didn't see the sole when I was walking in the shallow water because it was the same colour as the sand and had buried itself a little bit. solemn

I hope that my funeral will be a celebration of life for those who remember me, rather than a solemn occasion.

The little boy looked very solemn as he watched the other children leaving for the class camping trip without him.

The sweeping ballads of Roentgen mask a much more solemn message.

In 2005, president Bush attended a large solemn meeting.

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