A little shy, Skidmore admits that „Richard should break this solemn vow in spectacular style.“ I always thought you were a hundred years old, Harry, with your solemn face and serious look. The Latin word sacramentum, which is etymologically an ambiguous theological term, was used in Roman law to describe a legal sanction in which a man put his life or property in the hands of supernatural powers that maintained justice and respected solemn treaties. solemn , solemn, adv. Solemn, n./sol euhm/, adj. 1. serious, sober or cheerful, as a person, face, speech, tone or mood: solemn remarks. 2. difficult or dark impressive; create serious thoughts or a serious atmosphere: solemn music. 3. seriously or. .
Universalium 21. March is D-Day to force a nuclear company to abide by a solemn contract it has signed with a sovereign state and agree to close if the state does not allow continued operation. . . .