unhasty


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unhasty

(ʌnˈheɪstɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
not speedy
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Looking silently at the silent Wang going about his work in the bungalow in his unhasty, steady way, Heyst envied the Chinaman's obedience to his instincts, the powerful simplicity of purpose which made his existence appear almost automatic in the mysterious precision of its facts.
One can't uncouple the drama from the performances in ballets like The Seagull, Nijinsky, or his reflection on the September 11 attacks on the United States, Winterreise, in which the dancers' stylish charm and unhasty sensuality fill out the sober drama of the choreography.
In unhasty rhythm, along with horse-drawn wagons and clouds of dust, light wandered the roads.