Solemnise vs. Solemnize - What's the difference?

Wiktionary

  • Solemnise (verb)

    standard spelling of from=non-Oxford British spelling|solemnize

  • Solemnize (verb)

    To make solemn, or official, through ceremony or legal act.

    "The couple chose to solemnize their relationship in a secular ceremony, instead of having a wedding."

  • Solemnize (verb)

    To make grave, serious, and reverential.

Webster Dictionary

  • Solemnize

    To perform with solemn or ritual ceremonies, or according to legal forms.

  • Solemnize

    To dignify or honor by ceremonies; to celebrate.

  • Solemnize

    To make grave, serious, and reverential.

  • Solemnize (noun)

    Solemnization.

Princeton's WordNet

  • Solemnise (verb)

    observe or perform with dignity or gravity;

    "The King solemnized this day of morning"

  • Solemnise (verb)

    perform (the wedding ceremony) with proper ceremonies

  • Solemnise (verb)

    make solemn and grave;

    "This ceremony solemnized our hearts"

  • Solemnize (verb)

    observe or perform with dignity or gravity;

    "The King solemnized this day of morning"

  • Solemnize (verb)

    perform (the wedding ceremony) with proper ceremonies

  • Solemnize (verb)

    make solemn and grave;

    "This ceremony solemnized our hearts"

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