slow-speaking

slow-speaking

or

slow-spoken

adj
tending to speak slowly
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When I got to the theatre, Cy Endfield, a round, slow-speaking American director, said he was sorry, but he'd already given the part to my friend James Booth, because he thought he looked more Cockney than I did.
Hollywood knew the slow-speaking hero of Westerns and war films was dying, but it was still shaken by the news of his death.
The personal antagonism between the petite, sharp-tongued Tymoshenko, 49, and the beefy, slow-speaking Yanukovich, 59, mirrors the gulf between the Russian-speaking east and nationalist west.
She is repulsed and attracted at the same time, to the moments of the night before, this strange man, slow-speaking and widely eyed and opaque to her with the openness of days and spaces between each word and phrase.
He was quiet, friendly, sincere, slow-speaking - you'd almost know he came from Tennessee.