solemnify

solemnify

(səˈlɛmnɪˌfaɪ)
vb, -fies, -fying or -fied
(tr) to make serious or grave
soˌlemnifiˈcation n

so•lem•ni•fy

(səˈlɛm nəˌfaɪ)

v.t. -fied, -fy•ing.
to make solemn.
[1880–85]

solemnify


Past participle: solemnified
Gerund: solemnifying

Imperative
solemnify
solemnify
Present
I solemnify
you solemnify
he/she/it solemnifies
we solemnify
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they solemnify
Preterite
I solemnified
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he/she/it solemnified
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Present Continuous
I am solemnifying
you are solemnifying
he/she/it is solemnifying
we are solemnifying
you are solemnifying
they are solemnifying
Present Perfect
I have solemnified
you have solemnified
he/she/it has solemnified
we have solemnified
you have solemnified
they have solemnified
Past Continuous
I was solemnifying
you were solemnifying
he/she/it was solemnifying
we were solemnifying
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they were solemnifying
Past Perfect
I had solemnified
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we had solemnified
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Future
I will solemnify
you will solemnify
he/she/it will solemnify
we will solemnify
you will solemnify
they will solemnify
Future Perfect
I will have solemnified
you will have solemnified
he/she/it will have solemnified
we will have solemnified
you will have solemnified
they will have solemnified
Future Continuous
I will be solemnifying
you will be solemnifying
he/she/it will be solemnifying
we will be solemnifying
you will be solemnifying
they will be solemnifying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been solemnifying
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he/she/it has been solemnifying
we have been solemnifying
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they have been solemnifying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been solemnifying
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we will have been solemnifying
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been solemnifying
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we had been solemnifying
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Conditional
I would solemnify
you would solemnify
he/she/it would solemnify
we would solemnify
you would solemnify
they would solemnify
Past Conditional
I would have solemnified
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