serious, sober or miraculous, as a person, face, speech, sound or mood: solemn remarks. 2. severe or impressive darkness; cause serious thoughts or a serious mood: solemn music. 3. serious or… Universalium No putdowns, no jokes, no frivolity at all — he was very solemn and his eyes were well above my head. Meanwhile, Jeliaboff had heard the solemn ringing of the bells in his prison cell. And it was not, remember, the work of a strange and cruel despot; It was the tyranny of a solemn legislature. Again, we`re talking about this most solemn and amazing American social ritual — the Super Bowl celebration. . covenant — covenantal /kuv euh nan tl/, adj.
/kuv neufhnt/, n. 1. an agreement, usually formal, between two or more people to do something or not to do something. 2nd law. a subsidiary clause in such an agreement. 3. Ecclesiastical unification between… The universal agreement … /uh mehnt/, n.1.
agreement or the retirement of a mutual agreement. 2. Compliance status. 3. an agreement accepted by all parties to a transaction. 4. a contract or any other document that… Universalium serious, serious, solemn, quiet, firm, sober, serious do not mean easy or reckless. What really matters is that we are concerned about what really matters. a serious game about serious social injustice means both seriousness and dignity in expression or attitude. read the proclamation in a serious voice solemnly suggests an impressive gravity totally free of lightness.
a sad and solemn occasion implies a serious compound and decorative. Remained calm amid the excitement, the staid suggests a sedentary, usual sedentary and self-limiting prim. a calm and firm community soberly underlines the seriousness of the purpose and the absence of lightness or frivolity. a sober look at the state of our schools seriously poses sincerity or often the zeal of purpose. a serious reformer No putdowns, no jokes, no frivolities at all — he was very solemn, and his eyes were concentrated somewhere well above my mind. solemn — [[t]sɒ̱ləm[/t]1) ADJ GRADED Someone or something that is solemn is very serious, not cheerful or humorous. His solemn little face broke in the smile… He looked solemn. Syn: serious and dark derivative words: solemn ADV GRADED ADV with v …
English dictionary I always thought you were a hundred years old, Harry, with your solemn face and funeral air. Meanwhile, Jeliaboff had heard the solemn ringing of the bells in his prison cell. And it was not, remember, the work of a whimedy and cruel despot; it was the tyranny of a solemn legislature. solemn, solemn, n. /sol euhm/, adj. serious, sober or miraculous, as a person, face, speech, sound or mood: solemn remarks. 2. serious or impressive dark; cause serious thoughts or a serious mood: solemn music. 3.
serious or… Universalium From Bossuet to Pascal, it is necessary to go from the solemn splendour of the church to the cold of the crypt.