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full of or marked by dignity and seriousness

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dignified and somber in manner or character and committed to keeping promises

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characterized by a firm and humorless belief in the validity of your opinions

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The Indian side has made solemn commitment on Tibet-related issues.
20, eve of the solemn closure ceremonies, there will be a vigil at the Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, the famous gothic Dominican church near the Pantheon; the church is where St.
With Solemn, she has created an emotional and expressive novel about family, obligation and community.
On Saturday, a traditional solemn service will take place starting 10:00 am at the "Sveta Nedelya" church - the very same one where, in the presence of General Gurko, the first service for the soldiers perished in battle was held.
Representative of Pope Benedict XV1 His Excellency Archbishop Antonio Mennini at the Solemn Mass
These are practical ways in which I am challenged to live out my solemn vow.
Here's a look at this solemn place and its aweing symmetry:
Summary: Mass burials are continuing in Japan's north-west, despite the fact that solemn funeral rites usually centre around cremation.
The cloudy morning was solemn too -- a fitting day for a funeral, if ever a day is fitting for a funeral.
TRUST the British weather to make a solemn occasion just a little less solemn.
WLT's first selection is The Solemn Lantern Maker, by Merlinda Bobis.
Milton Bradley is a dab hand with sprinters and he can work the oracle again with Solemn at Windsor.
Solemn unlucky for Bradley MILTON BRADLEY is no longer the prolific sprint trainer we used to know and appreciate.
A new chapter has been added on the music of solemn and sung Mass.
3 : to state in an official or solemn way <The judge pronounced sentence.