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Unhurried   /ənhˈərid/   Listen
Unhurried

adjective
1.
Relaxed and leisurely; without hurry or haste.  "An unhurried walk" , "Spoke in a calm and unhurried voice"
2.
Capable of accepting delay with equanimity.



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"Unhurried" Quotes from Famous Books



... fell in behind the pack-horses, feeling as unimportant as a small boy at the heels of a circus parade. His girl captain was so competent, so self-reliant, and so sure that nothing he could say or do assisted in the slightest degree. Her leadership was a curiously close reproduction of her father's unhurried and graceful action. Her seat in the saddle was as easy as Landon's, and her eyes were alert to every rock and stream in the road. She was at home here, where the other girl would have been a bewildered child, and his words of praise lifted the ...
— The Forester's Daughter - A Romance of the Bear-Tooth Range • Hamlin Garland



Words linked to "Unhurried" :   leisurely, measured, easygoing, easy, careful, deliberate, hurried, patient, unhurriedness



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