solemnize your marriage in Alexandria as soon as you will, but then come to Rome, that is the only condition I impose.
This day, so marked in my life, lacked no circumstance that was needed to solemnize it.
There isn't a man today in this Church or anywhere else, outside of it, who has authority to solemnize a plural marriage—not one!
What hath so dire a tendency to solemnize the heart and impress it with the most just and weighty religious sentiments?
And then I purpose to leave Lord M. (dangerously ill as he is,) and meet her at her appointed church, in order to solemnize.
For it is altogether indispensable that some one from thence be here to solemnize and ask a blessing upon the marriage.
I prefer, however, to solemnize marriage in the church, when possible.
The Monday following the pair presented themselves before the civil officials to solemnize their marriage by due legal ceremonies.
No minister is allowed, as a rule, to solemnize the marriage of any man or woman who has a divorced husband or wife still living.
There are fifteen women justices of the peace, with authority to administer oaths and solemnize marriages.
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.