verb (used with object), sol·em·nized, sol·em·niz·ing.
verb (used without object), sol·em·nized, sol·em·niz·ing.
Words nearby solemnize
Origin of solemnize
OTHER WORDS FROM solemnizesol·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.