Meaning: tr
ciddi, resmi, merasimli, kutsal, dinsel
The priest pretends to be solemn in public.
The fire has burned low, and a soft and solemn light fills the room. Neither of us speaks while the clock strikes twelve. I look out of the window. The heavens are ablaze with light, and somewhere amid those circling constellations I know that a new star has found its place, and is shining with such a ray as never before fell from heaven to earth.
I respect you and consider it a great honour to shake your hand!" he continued solemnly.
The first day shall be holy and solemn, and the seventh day shall be kept with the like solemnity: you shall do no work in them, except those things that belong to eating.
“What is the meaning of it, Watson?” said Holmes solemnly.
People of privilege will always risk their complete destruction rather than surrender any material part of their advantage. Intellectual myopia, often called stupidity, is no doubt a reason. But the privileged also feel that their privileges, however egregious they may seem to others, are a solemn, basic, God-given right. The sensitivity of the poor to injustice is a trivial thing compared with that of the rich.
The most solemn responsibility for any President is keeping the American people safe.
When the dead weep, they are beginning to recover," said the Crow solemnly.
They watched the solemn ceremony in the church with awe.
I am that Ravenswood to whom you granted the solemn engagement which you now desire to retract and cancel.
Added on 2016-01-29 | by m1gin | View: 592

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