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Definitionvery serious—and often dignified
- He'd certainly been solemn and gloomy with Golz.Chapter 1 (98% in)
- He was essentially solemn and I had never known him when we were alone to laugh at anything.Chapter 14 (60% in)
- She saw the eyes closed and the solemn brown face and the curly black hair pushed back now from the forehead and she was sitting by him on the bed rubbing the legs, chafing the taut muscles of the calves, kneading them, loosening them, and then tapping them lightly with her folded hands, loosening the cramped muscles.Chapter 14 (88% in)
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