Serious - definition, pronunciation, transcription
marriage is a serious matter
a serious wound
a serious turn of events
a serious book
raised serious objections to the proposal
the plan has a serious flaw
“You sound terrible.” “It's just a bad cold. Nothing serious.”
For my brother, not going to college was a serious mistake.
Crime is a serious problem in this neighborhood.
The team is a serious contender for the championship.
If you want to quit smoking, you have to make a serious effort.
They had a serious conversation about their relationship.
a serious novel about modern life
The story raises serious questions about our system of justice.
Dog shows are a serious business.
She is a serious cyclist who rides 200 miles each week.
I remember her as a very serious child.
This problem needs some serious consideration.
She is serious about going to live abroad.
We did some fairly serious walking over the weekend.
This is a serious wine.