Examples of solemnize in a Sentence
The priest solemnized their marriage.
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There is no marker to solemnize the death of the Spurs' unmatched dynasty: RIP 1997-2017.
For instance, Akshaya Tritiya or Akha Teej, an annual spring time festival, witnesses a large number of child marriages — even mass marriages — that are solemnized.
At a ceremony meant to solemnize the collective defense provision of the NATO charter in Brussels, Trump failed to explicitly reassure European allies that the U.S. would come to their aid in the event of an attack.
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Definition of solemnize for English Language Learners
: to mark or celebrate (something) officially or formally especially with a religious ceremony
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