verb (used with object), sol·em·nized, sol·em·niz·ing.
verb (used without object), sol·em·nized, sol·em·niz·ing.
Origin of solemnize
Related formssol·em·ni·za·tion, nounsol·em·niz·er, nounun·sol·em·nized, adjective
Examples from the Web for solemnised
In the midst of a carnival of popular rejoicing the union was solemnised at Bruges on the 7th of January 1430.Van Eyck|James Cyril M. Weale
But ere the wedding was solemnised the unlooked-for hand of fate dealt him a pitiless blow.The Rhodesian|Gertrude Page
It was solemnised in as private and quiet a manner as possible.Endymion|Benjamin Disraeli
“I do hope nothing has happened to him,” said Mrs Loper, with a solemnised face.Dusty Diamonds Cut and Polished|R.M. Ballantyne
The marriage was solemnised on 1st September, 1768, after which the nominal husband returned to Toulouse.