He was awed by her words, solemnised by the wondrous intuition which made her realise his danger.
Even the pirates seemed to be solemnised by what had passed.
It may be solemnised by either a priest or a deacon, but a clergyman cannot solemnise his own marriage.
“That will be clever,” returned the chief, solemnised in spite of himself.
The marriage was solemnised, and we lived in harmony and mutual love, so far as I could perceive, for six years.
Even the Indians were solemnised by what appeared to be a death-scene.
“It was a narrow escape, Betsy,” said Marie, solemnised by the incident.
This is arranged with the vicar of the church where the marriage is solemnised.
When the royal party had entered the Cathedral, the doors were closed; and the holy ceremony was solemnised.
It is supposed that marriage in Japan must be solemnised by a priest, but this is not so.
late 14c., "honor by ceremonies," from Old French solemnisier, from Medieval Latin solemnizare, from Latin solemnis (see solemn). Meaning "render solemn" is from 1726. Related: Solemnized; solemnizing.