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  • She knew not as yet what would come of it; but the present had suddenly grown rich and solemn.
  • Even with that solemn vow on your lips, you take your place in it.
  • There was a smile of respectful devotion in his handsome eyes which seemed to Catherine almost solemnly beautiful; it made her think of a young knight in a poem.
  • "No, Morris," she said solemnly, "he looks at it still in the same way."
  • She had cast her lot with a young man against whom he had solemnly warned her, and broken the contract under which he provided her with a happy home.
  • Mrs. Penniman stopped, looking at him very solemnly.

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  • He took a solemn oath.
  • Everyone was solemn at the funeral.

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