unhurrying

unhurrying

(ʌnˈhʌrɪɪŋ)
adj
without hurry
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References in classic literature ?
Then, falling into place one behind the other, a string of a dozen airships dropped with unhurrying swiftness down the air in pursuit of the American fleet.
As she relates a conversation that they have "without the words" (27), Dewey Dell portrays the siblings' shared, nonverbalized language as frightening and intrusive: "And that's why I can talk to him with knowing with hating because he knows." Describing Darl looking at her, moreover, Dewey Dell thinks, "Then my dress is gone: I sit naked on the seat above the unhurrying mules" (121), suggesting that Darl's knowledge of her is an unwanted intimacy comparable to that she experiences at the hands of Lafe and MacGowan.
They begin at my feet and rise along my body to my face, and then my dress is gone: I sit naked on the seat above the unhurrying mules, above the travail" (121).
But with unhurrying chase, And unperturbed pace, Deliberate speed, majestic instancy, They beat More instant than the Feet "All things betray thee, who betrayest Me." The poet pleads for some sign of hope, but is told that he must, with "deliberate speed," seek not to evade God's love but pursue it with "unhurrying chase" and "unperturbed pace":
The current show is strong in landscapes that relate to its title in a measured, unhurrying, and civilized way.
The heav'n that hides him from our sight knows neither near nor far; An altar candle sheds its light as surely as a star; And where his loving people meet to share the gift divine, There stands he with unhurrying feet; there heav'nly splendors shine.
It is a civilized fortress, an ark that will outlast us all, a residence of an ageless, timeless, unhurrying sort."