Definition of unhurried in English:

unhurried

Line breaks: un|hur¦ried
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈhʌrɪd
 
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adjective

Moving, acting, or taking place without haste or urgency: he began opening the drawers of his desk in an unhurried way discover the region’s unspoilt beauty and its easy, unhurried pace the singing is unhurried
More example sentences
  • If one wants to appreciate the products at a leisurely and unhurried pace, then Crafts Bazar is the place.
  • There was an unusual easiness, a calm and unhurried pace to everything.
  • His style is much the same here as on those discs: calm, unhurried, and deliberate.
Synonyms
leisurely, unhasty, leisured, easy, easy-going, relaxed, unrushed, slow, slow-moving, slow-going, slow and steady;
deliberate, careful, cautious, sedate, measured, calm;
gradual, lingering, loitering

Derivatives

unhurriedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • The album's first track starts off gently, with an unhurriedly strummed guitar and pastoral lyrics detailing a ‘window facing an ill-kept front yard, plums on the tree heavy with nectar’.
  • And they drank the water in the thick glass jar, and the tight little blooms swelled and swelled until they were fat and satiated, and then slowly, unhurriedly, they opened a little way.
  • I chuckled and nodded, my words spoken unhurriedly and gently in a way that suggested I was either kicked back, or done in.

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