Loud sings a solemn phrase; do we catch an edge of wistful regret?
"Symphonies and Their Meaning; Third Series, Modern Symphonies" by Philip H. Goepp
Then she spoke softly and solemnly.
"In The Palace Of The King" by F. Marion Crawford
Then he gave three long, solemn, and portentous puffs.
"The American Baron" by James De Mille
The great room was thrown open in due season and with solemnity.
"In the Footprints of the Padres" by Charles Warren Stoddard
Now what do the Apostles, and what does Christ Himself, in that passage that I have quoted, mean, by such solemn words as these?
"Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V)" by Alexander Maclaren
The dimness and silence make it very solemn and restful.
"The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912" by Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone
Not to have found your formula," he said solemnly, "is not to have found yourself.
"The Divine Fire" by May Sinclair
Then, as she left him, she solemnly declared that her son Fortune always said his prayers, both morning and evening.
"Abbe Mouret's Transgression La Faute De L'abbe Mouret" by Emile Zola
And what of Ralph, who strode solemnly by her side?
"The Shadow of a Crime A Cumbrian Romance" by Hall Caine
We uncovered as the judge approached us, and he shook hands with us in the most solemn way, his own wide black hat in his hand.
"The Way of a Man" by Emerson Hough
'Twas sweet to see the Lady fair,
Each blessed sabbath morn,
Wear such a sweetly solemn air,
Of bright devotion, born.
"The Holy Lady" by James Avis Bartley
I, too, join in the soothing song,
And in the solemn prayer;
I bow together with the throng
That meet to worship there.
"In Kirkconnel Old Churchyard" by Alexander Anderson
Over all the solemn heaven
Arches, like a God's reproof
At the offerings man has driven
To Hell's altars, loom and woof!
"The Factory Town" by Ernest Jones
And O, when follies all have fled
And solemn thoughts shall rise,
To soothe me on my dying bed
And meet me in the skies.
"Song - If I Could Love" by John Gardiner Calkins Brainard
I do not care for singing psalms;
I tire of good men's talk;
To me there is no joy in palms,
Or white-robed, solemn walk.
"The Disciple" by George MacDonald
And when falls on solemn air
From black oaks the evening,
Voice of our unvoiced despair,
There the nightingale shall sing.
"En Sourdine" by Clark Ashton Smith
The artist should go well with any pre-Halloween festivities, or a solemn walk through Central Park in closed-toe heels.
Family, friends of those killed in attacks read names in solemn roll calls.
Today is Yom Kippur, the highest of Jewish holidays and the most solemn of the year.
Jim McCloskey stands by the phone in a Richmond hotel room on this frosty January morning, waiting to fulfill a solemn pledge he made 14 years ago to a condemned man.
Led by actors dressed as bloodied, wounded soldiers, a solemn procession of walkers marched three miles from Sharpsburg, Md.
Solemn day in Christchurch .
If only Billie Holiday were here to sing that solemn "Summertime" song.
Poetry doesn't have to be solemn.
They have earned our solemn gratitude, not knee-jerk vilification from Neanderthals .
Accompanied by a fleet of astronauts spanning NASA's entire existence, Atlantis made a slow, solemn journey to retirement Friday, the last space shuttle to orbit the world and the last to leave NASA's nest.
The costumed people led a procession of children and teens that would entertain the Buddhists before the more solemn part of the event inside.
Solemn volunteers walked down Castro Street, handing out fistfuls of free condoms.
John Kiel and Michelle Landrum, longtime Center for Inquiry members, are seeking to have their upcoming wedding conducted and solemnized by a Center for Inquiry secular celebrant.
Morning spread of the lake, solemn.
Standing with the others at Judiciary Square and taking in what was a solemn, but in many ways joyful scene, I saw the sad and sweet moments taking place right next to each other.