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Words used to describe slow movement - thesaurus

Synonyms

slow

adjective

a slow movement or action does not happen fast

unhurried

adjective

slow, without any worry about taking a long time

measured

adjective

slow, careful, and deliberate

stately

adjective

stately movement is slow and steady

leisurely

adjective

slow and relaxed

sedate

adjective

quiet or slow, and not likely to shock people or attract attention

steady

adjective

slowly and gradually continuing to change, move, or happen

deliberate

adjective

slow and careful

lazy

adjective

a lazy movement or smile is slow and relaxed

languid

adjective

very slow and relaxed

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funereal

adjective

very slow or serious

gently

adverb

with small or slow movements

glacial

adjective

extremely slow

leisured

adjective

leisurely

leisurely

adjective

used about someone or something that is too slow

slow

adjective

used for describing something that is moving or that moves in this way

slow

adjective

used for saying that someone or something is not fast enough

slow

adverb

informal at a slow speed

sluggish

adjective

not moving as quickly as usual

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