Origin of solemnize
OTHER WORDS FROM solemnizesol·em·ni·za·tion, nounsol·em·niz·er, nounun·sol·em·nized, adjective
How to use solemnize in a sentence
The marriage was shortly afterwards solemnised, but I did not wait to witness the ceremony.
Probably those marriage-contracts are intended, which are annexed to marriages solemnised before the introduction of a new system.
In a leaf of that register might be read these words, among the Marriages solemnised in the parish of G—, county of Cornwall.Jasper Lyle|Harriet Ward
The rebellion of Jane did not prevent the marriage, which was solemnised at Chtelherault on July 15th, 1540.The Tales Of The Heptameron, Vol. I. (of V.)|Margaret, Queen Of Navarre
Before noon the Word must be preached and Sacraments be administered, as also marriage solemnised, if occasion offer.