Definition of slow but or and sure in English:

slow but (or and) sure

Not quick but achieving the required result eventually: I am making good progress—slow but sure
More example sentences
  • He was slow but sure, and he always got there in the end.
  • I chose a stately breaststroke, slow but sure, that meant I could keep an eye on our target.
  • It's a project that's been in the works for 2 years, going slow but sure.
See parent entry: slow

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