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The Horse and His Boy
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  • I must have your solemn and princely word...
  • It was a musical noise, but so strong and solemn as to be a little frightening.
  • The light was too bad now for Shasta to see much of the cat except that it was big and very solemn.
  • Its mane, and some strange and solemn perfume that hung about the mane, was all round him.
  • It was very solemn and very dreadful.
  • Both were still and solemn for a moment as each saw that the other knew about Aslan.
  • The trumpets sounded again: a new noise to Shasta, not huge and solemn like the horns of Tashbaan nor gay and merry like King Lune’s hunting horn, but clear and sharp and valiant.

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

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