(Isa. 1:13), the convocation on the eighth day of the Feast of Tabernacles (Lev. 23:36; Num. 29:35, R.V., "solemn assembly;" marg., "closing festival"). It is the name given also to the convocation held on the seventh day of the Passover (Deut. 16:8).
It was immediately resolved to hold a solemn meeting for the signature of the articles.
Yesterday there had been a solemn meeting in the Joost home.
What he would have liked would have been a solemn meeting, at which he might have had the opportunity of advancing his views.
The owners of the two privateers: the Duke and the Duchess, sat in solemn meeting at the good town of Bristol.
In silent agony he raised his eyes to the God of heaven, to implore strength for that solemn meeting.
We walked through empty passages and into the great hall where the World Council of Scholars sat in solemn meeting.
The king and queen and their son took part in the solemn meeting.
And now a picture of a solemn meeting of the lodge presented itself to his mind.
The first thoughts on this solemn meeting turn to our fathers.
One day the birds held a solemn meeting, when it was decided that men must have fire.