unhurriedly


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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unhurriedly - without hasteunhurriedly - without haste; "she proceeded unhurriedly"
hastily, hurriedly, in haste - in a hurried or hasty manner; "the way they buried him so hurriedly was disgraceful"; "hastily, he scanned the headlines"; "sold in haste and at a sacrifice"
Translations

unhurriedly

[ˈʌnˈhʌrɪdlɪ] ADV [walk, speak] → lentamente, pausadamente

unhurriedly

advgemächlich, in aller Ruhe

unhurriedly

[ʌnˈhʌrɪdlɪ] advsenza fretta, con comodo
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slowly 57 purposefully 9 briskly 8 carefully, cautiously, confidently, quickly, stiffly 4 hesitantly, nervously, steadily, tentatively, unsteadily 3 awkwardly, casually, determinedly, excitedly, gently, hurriedly, 2 sadly, uncertainly, warily apprehensively, calmly, despondently, dramatically, dreamily, 1 drunkenly furtively, gingerly, gleefully, happily, languidly, limply, nonchalantly, pensively, proudly, quietly, resolutely, shyly, smartly, softly, solemnly, suspiciously, swiftly, thoughtfully, unhurriedly, wearily Table 3: Frequencies of word forms ending -ed that follow the word form "looks.
After that, she unhurriedly went to the county office, her facial expression undisturbed.
This journey, which took me almost 1,000 miles to the south of Moscow, gave me a chance to observe, freely and unhurriedly, the ways of provincial Russia.
Officer Cassidy, unaware of the robbery in progress, walked unhurriedly to the door.
The conversation is allowed to wander this way and that, unhurriedly.
Daniel doesn't care enough to find out what's happening; he puts his shoes on unhurriedly.
He'd be whispered about at the watercooler, stared at in the canteen, yet he would be oblivious to this and instead would simply go unhurriedly, unworriedly about his work in his habitually efficient, hugely competent and thoroughly unspectacular fashion.
One early scene finds Gyorgy in the bath at home, unhurriedly playing with a toy floating across the surface of the water.
To the right in the arch the deer, a hart, is tearing bark off the tree and unhurriedly eating--another evidence that Yggdrasil is not far away.
The first day of Eid holidays started at a leisurely pace in the Capital with residents unhurriedly going about their ways in the morning, seemingly reserving the merrymaking for the evening when the celebration usually comes in full swing.