They passed the ancient Gothic church, standing solemn and serene among its mossy tombs.
"The Dreamer" by Mary Newton Stanard
The two girls stood looking solemnly at the silk dress.
"Pembroke" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
She looked at Mrs. Delaney, and her mother gazed solemnly at her, waiting for her to speak.
"A Little Mother to the Others" by L. T. Meade
He was a black-faced, solemn-looking genius, and the look of him would sink the spirits of a skylark down to zero.
"Two Knapsacks" by John Campbell
How oft the solemn tocsin sounds!
"The Golden Censer" by John McGovern
She refused to regard her sister-in-law as an established solemnity, eminent and lonely in the scene.
"The Helpmate" by May Sinclair
What a solemn truth!
"A Practical Directory for Young Christian Females" by Harvey Newcomb
He looked at me with his solemn Scotch-Canadian eyes.
"The Prairie Wife" by Arthur Stringer
The cold, and movement, and solemnity of space, drowsed every sense.
"Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Complete" by John Symonds
All solemn duties, ought to have solemn preparations; and this I think, as solemn as any.
"The Covenants And The Covenanters" by Various
And the winds of heaven,
And the solemn hills of blue,
And the brown earth and the dew,
And the thunder even,
"St. Francis and the Birds" by Katharine Tynan
Apart from Thee all gain is loss,
All labor vainly done;
The solemn shadow of Thy Cross
Is better than the sun.
"Our Master" by John Greenleaf Whittier
What sweet solemnity to see
The little life upon thy knee,
And whisper as so soft it lies,—
'Our little babe!'
"The Wonder Child" by Richard Le Gallienne
Blow on, wild wind, thy solemn voice,
However sad and drear,
Is nothing to the gloomy silence
I have had to bear.
"The North Wind" by Anne Bronte
Hark! the deep-toned, solemn peal!
Again it strikes the air!
My trembling accents steal
To join the anthem there.
"Sin Of The Choral Singer" by James Avis Bartley
Grateful, but solemn and tender,
The music rose and fell
With a joy akin to sadness
And a greeting like farewell.
"The Poet And The Children" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Usually, this serves as a fixed image for the solemn scene between baseball seasons.
The 12 jurors filed solemnly into the downtown Phoenix courtroom after lunch last November 14, a Monday.
On this Veterans Day, I think back on where I spent this solemn holiday a decade ago.
The Hoskins family originally planned for the rally at the Capitol to be a prayer vigil, a solemn plea for an arrest in Ernest Hoskins' murder.
Scott McClellan walked into the White House briefing room Tuesday with the solemn expression of a man about to deliver some very important presidential news.
I remember describing him to my friends as the most adorable, solemn boy.
The city of Juneau will commemorate that anniversary with a series of community activities leading up to a solemn memorial on the waterfront.
It's been a tradition for victims' family members to lead a solemn reading of the names of their lost ones during commemorations at the memorial site.
Celebrations replaced by solemn tributes.
Solemn 9-11 ceremony in Oxford's LaFayette Park.
Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr, 'a solemn festival'.
Summer day a solemn one.
A solemn salute for fallen officer.
American presidents bear solemn responsibilities that most us can only begin to imagine.
Solemn , subdued 9/11 rites at terror sites.
The majestic face, with the almond shaped eye and the elegant proﬁle, has a pensive expression which reveals the solemnity of the moment.
Optimization in Differentiable Manifolds in Order to Determine the Method of Construction of Prehistoric Wall-Paintings