- adj.庄严的，严肃的; 庄重的; 隆重的，神圣的; 犹豫的，阴沉的;
- 副词: solemnly;
Her face grew solemn.
Erica was solemn, pulling at her blonde curls.
His face suddenly turned solemn, his voice confidential.
He was a slim, solemn, darkly handsome young man.
Drums and cymbals beat out a solemn rhythm.
His solemn little face broke into smiles.
At the most solemn moments he will flash a mocking smile or make an ironic remark.
We entered into a solemn bond.
The new Embassador was received with solemn ceremonies.
The Premier's burial was a solemn occasion.
He wore an extraordinarily solemn expression.
In a solemn voice, the councillor announced the names of the winners to the crowd.
He looked very solemn as he announced the news.
The ceremony proceeded in a solemn atmosphere.
I was sensible of her solemn grief.
Although they had not made love , they had secretly exchanged solemn vows and pledges, bearing their hearts to each other.
His behaviour was not in keeping with the solemn occasion.
They have made a solemn statement that their internal affairs are not to be interfered in.
The mourning hall was filled with a solemn silence.
Roth was always so slow, so solemn, in everything he said.
His solemn eyes were too bright . And down one cheek was a track of wetness.
An unswerving, steely resolution showed on the old man's solemn face.
Though usually solemn he outlaughed all the others at the play.
You look very solemn.
On the eighth day you shall have a solemn assembly ; you shall do no laborious work.
民 29:35 第八日你们当有严肃会、麽劳碌的工都不可作.
But a withering young life touches me so much that arouses my solemn respect for her!
He always looks as solemn as a judge.
And a solemn military ceremony took place outside the NATO's headquarters.
They don't look solemn and mysterious, as if they had heard something strange?
他们看上去不像是听到什么奇怪的事情那样神情严肃神秘 吧 ?
Burning, you have to accompany the solemn and for some time.
1. dignified and somber in manner or character and committed to keeping promises;
"a grave God-fearing man"
"a quiet sedate nature"
"as sober as a judge"
"a solemn promise"
"the judge was solemn as he pronounced sentence"
2. characterized by a firm and humorless belief in the validity of your opinions;
"both sides were deeply in earnest, even passionate"
"an entirely sincere and cruel tyrant"
"a film with a solemn social message"
earnest, serious, grave, severe, solemn, sober