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slow-moving

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Definition of slow-moving in English:

adjective

Slow in movement, action, or progress: the slow-moving hands of a clock a slow-moving film
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  • As we crossed the New York state line, we passed a slow-moving combine in a field of soybeans, kicking up sprays of mud from ruts that bore an odd resemblance to chocolate pudding.
  • Scout remembers that Maycomb was a tired, slow-moving town when she first knew it as a child years ago.
  • "As it turns out, the fish are mostly feeding on aquatic invertebrates found in the slow-moving drainages near fields," he said.

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