an agreement, usually formally, between two or more people to do something or not to do. 2. Law. a subsidiary clause in such an agreement. 3. Ecclesiastical union between. Universalium I always thought she was a hundred years old, Harry, with your solemn face and funeral look. Among them, meat and wine were rarely used, except for victims during the festivities. Agreement – /uh mehnt/, n.1. agreement or decommissioning of a mutual agreement. They were in one row, united by solemn respect, when the Liu family stayed inside.
No putdowns, no jokes, no frivolity — he was very solemn and his eyes focused far beyond my head. And it was not, it is recalled, the work of a corporal and cruel despot; It was the tyranny of a solemn legislature. They were united by solemn respect when the Liu family stayed inside. A little comfortably told Skidmore that « Richard should break this solemn vow in spectacular style. » – [t]sɒ̱lifierm[/t]1) ADJ GRADED Someone or something that is solemn is more serious than gay or humorous. His little solemn face broke in a smile. He looked solemn. Syn: low and dark derivative words: solemn ADV GRADED ADV with v. The English dictionary From Bossuet to Pascal must go from the solemn splendor of the church to the cold of the crypt. covenantal /kuv euh nan tl/, adj. /kuv neufhnt/, n.1. The parade was solemn, with impressive music and the singing of call and response of two choirs. Bund , covenantal /kuv euh nan tl/, adj.
/kuv euh neuhnt/, n.1. an agreement, usually formally, between two or more people to do or not to do something in particular. 2.C`s true. a subsidiary clause in such an agreement. 3. Eccles. .