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unrushed

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈrʌʃt
 
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Definition of unrushed in English:

adjective

Characterized by an absence of haste; unhurried: the service is unrushed, encouraging you to linger he seemed to have a controlled, unrushed way of moving
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  • Diners have discovered this wonderfully old-fashioned Italian restaurant, which still operates in yesteryear's formal yet friendly European style, delivering unrushed service from a gracious, attentive staff.
  • The waiters are attentive and unrushed.
  • Riga makes for the perfect stag/hen weekend away and offers you an unrushed, clean, green and affordable alternative to Amsterdam.

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