slow-paced


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slow-paced

adjective
Proceeding at a rate less than usual or desired:
Informal: poky.
References in classic literature ?
I was very sorry for her, and I could not comfort her, for I knew how hard it was upon slow-paced horses to be put with fast ones; all the whipping comes to their share, and they can't help it.
Solomon was overseer of the roads at that time, and on his slow-paced cob often took his rounds by Frick to look at the workmen getting the stones there, pausing with a mysterious deliberation, which might have misled you into supposing that he had some other reason for staying than the mere want of impulse to move.
Despite being a little slow-paced at times, Keep It In The Family was actually Despite being a little slow-paced at times, Keep It In The Family was actually a lot of fun.
6secs back, with the Frenchman enduring a frustrating day before winning a slow-paced final stage.
Isabella is the new girl who discovers that small town life is pretty slow-paced, and small town people are pretty friendly.
They want to keep a strip that's real quaint -- try to get it a little bit more upscale, but fun and slow-paced.
Almereyda doesn't point up the parallel (he may not even be aware of it), but his uninflected, slow-paced approach encourages viewers to observe on their own such details as the way Eggleston's practiced and nearly unconscious movement of lifting camera to eye is echoed in his raising of glass to lips.