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slow-moving Syllabification: slow-mov·ing
Pronunciation: /ˌslōˈmo͞oviNG/

Definition of slow-moving in English:

adjective

Slow in movement or action: the slow-moving hands of a clock the early part of the movie is slow-moving, with very little action
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  • At more than nine minutes in length, the track is an ambient impasse, a slow-moving mass of nothing much.
  • The sculpture balances over a large, shallow, black granite reflecting pool of slow-moving water.
  • Even those ordered deported by the slow-moving immigration appeals system often simply disappear.

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