[ US /ənˈhɝid/ ]
[ UK /ʌnhˈʌɹɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of accepting delay with equanimity
    was unhurried with the small children
  2. relaxed and leisurely; without hurry or haste
    an unhurried walk
    people strolling about in an unhurried way
    spoke in a calm and unhurried voice
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How To Use unhurried In A Sentence

  • She dipped her goose-feather quill into a jade inkpot, drained the red ink along the side, and unhurriedly marked a circle around the black tent the eunuch had pointed out to her. Shadow Princess
  • Though they began talking about marriage almost immediately, they let their physical relationship unfold at an unhurried pace.
  • Its unhurried but sophisticated citizens boast not only high incomes but also high levels of education.
  • Slow fades and dissolve shots are also used to complement the film's unhurried, unforced pace.
  • His style is much the same here as on those discs: calm, unhurried, and deliberate.
  • Golden eye or yellowtail grunts, chubs or scads would move unhurriedly across, changing direction with uncanny synchronisation.
  • The strength of this production lies in its unhurried pace; far from boring us, it entertains in an elegant and original way.
  • So, rapid acceleration and braking along with enthusiastic cornering will all scrub more rubber from the tread than unhurried progress. Times, Sunday Times
  • Our native British trees are changing leaf colour in a modest, unhurried fashion, achieving no more than soft, undramatic russets, yellows and ochres before the leaves fall away to leave bare branches stroking the sky.
  • The unhurried proceedings in court are likely to allow him considerable time to mull his options. Times, Sunday Times
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