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Solemnity in a sentence

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Sentence count:49+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-18Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: gravitysedatenesssolemnessstaidnessSimilar words: solemnlysolesolelyfinite elementunityobsolescenceaffinityimpunityMeaning: [sə'lemnətɪ]  n. 1. a trait of dignified seriousness 2. a solemn and dignified feeling. 
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1, She handed him the envelope with mock solemnity.
2, The monument was unveiled with great solemnity.
3, He was buried with great pomp and solemnity.
4, The Queen was crowned with all solemnity / with all the proper solemnities.
5, Power alternates with ritual solemnity, rather than genuine anguish.
6, An exception to this solemnity comes when Mr Raban breaks his own rule and allows stowaways on board.
7, The solemnity was heightened at the actual times of worship by the colourful splendour of clerical pomp.
8, All around them the solemnity of other faces in mourning.
9, One by one, with grave solemnity, the four of the deputation accepted cigars and lit up in ritualistic fashion.
10, His solemnity contrasts with the calculating bustle of Ezra Cohen.
11, Television has contributed to the steady decline of solemnity in the courtroom.
12, The room grew quiet and solemnity had re-established itself when Ed reached down and began fidgeting with something in his bag.
13, Cooper over the tomb of weeks, a quiet solemnity.
14, There was a kind of solemnity in this interrogation.
15, Cooper objected to its solemnity and selfrighteousness.
16, He preserved his mask of solemnity even with acquaintances.
17, Roman architecture features its solemnity and grandeur.
18, The judge took up the gavel with solemnity.
19, Solemnity and lightheartedness, an important dimension of Chinese literature,[] has been subjected to an undeserved negligence.
20, The setting for this morning's signing ceremony matched the solemnity of the occasion.
21, He was smiling, but his eyes retained a look of solemnity.
22, As early as the time of Saul the festival of the new moon was celebrated with great solemnity.
23, About this time, there was a family funeral - with all the mock solemnity and grandeur of a cockney day out.
24, My slight personal acquaintance with the subject of all this discouraging impersonal solemnity seemed slightly ridiculous.
25, This was a movie that many people took with grave solemnity, Stone most of all.
26, It can also stir the imagination for every parish Sunday and solemnity and right through Eastertide.
27, On August 11, 1688, the relic was moved with great solemnity to this chapel, where it is still enshrined.
28, The Sabbath meals, of course, were family occasions also, but they were invested with the day's solemnity and holiness.
29, There was once astonishment, even savagery in his stories; now there was a gentle solemnity.
30, Because of this, we can feel a flavour of placidness and solemnity while we appreciate the illusory beauty in the works.
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