Solemn [adjective]

Definition of Solemn:

quiet, serious

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Sentence/Example of Solemn:

He has obtained from his son a solemn promise never to speak to me of marriage.

The old farmer had believed the solemn words of the impostor.

My promise is spoken; yours unspoken, but not the less real and solemn.

Harriett felt nothing but a strange, solemn excitement and exaltation.

The solemn mysteries have their place, but it is one of climax.

It is a solemn fact that in this greater excitement he had actually forgotten it!

Mart met him at the door, a look of solemn determination on her face.

But among all these frothy fabrications there lay a solemn warning.

Here is no place for reflection, for quiet or solemn thought.

I wuz only statin' the solemn facts and truth of the matter.