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Solemnly

see synonyms of solemnly

Adverb

1. solemnly

in a grave and sedate manner

Example Sentences:
'the judge sat there solemnly'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Solemnly

see synonyms of solemnly
adjective
1. 
characterized or marked by seriousness or sincerity
a solemn vow
2. 
characterized by pomp, ceremony, or formality
3. 
serious, glum, or pompous
4. 
inspiring awe
a solemn occasion
5. 
performed with religious ceremony
6. 
gloomy or sombre
solemn colours

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Solemnly

see synonyms of solemnly
adjective
1. 
a. 
observed or done according to ritual or tradition
said esp. of religious holidays, rites, etc.
b. 
sacred in character
2. 
according to strict form; formal
a solemn ceremony
3. 
a. 
serious or grave
a solemn face
b. 
deeply earnest; very sincere
a solemn oath
4. 
very impressive or arousing feelings of awe because of its great importance or seriousness
a solemn occasion
5. 
somber because dark in color

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Solemnly

see synonyms of solemnly
adj.
1.
a. Serious and dignified: a solemn occasion. See Synonyms at serious.
b. Showing or behaving with dignified restraint or earnestness: "Spade's face was solemn except for wrinkles at the corners of his eyes" (Dashiell Hammett).
2. Performed with full ceremony: a solemn High Mass.
3. Made with deep sincerity or invoking the force of religion: a solemn vow.
4. Dark or undecorated: a solemn forest; a solemn hall.

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