View definitions for slow
adjective as in unhurried, lazy
adjective as in behind, late
adjective as in unintelligent
verb as in delay, restrict
They’ve really worked out a good way to tease out very subtle, slow temporal changes.
That’s because coastal wetlands would sop up the excess water, slowing the surge upstream.
In the longer term, of course, we need to slow down climate change.
Restaurant and catering sales fell 7% year-on-year in August, a slower pace than July’s 11% drop and June’s nearly 33% decrease.
Without a vaccine readily available, it has been challenging to get people to engage in enough of the behaviors that can help slow the virus.
Back in New York, the slow pace and inward focus of her yoga practice was less fulfilling.
First, as opposition to gay marriage collapses, American anti-LGBT activists will slow their battle against it.
“The process of getting the approval is too slow and is too cumbersome,” Rogers said.
“Personal hotspots can get speeds of up to 60 Mb/s down, whereas hotel Wi-Fi can be as slow as 1.5 Mb/s,” Sesar said.
One of the honor guard approached with slow, measured steps and presented the flag to a uniformed captain.
“The sepoys have come in from Meerut,” he announced with the slow tick of the earliest form of apparatus.
It is not surprising after this to learn that some children are slow in seizing the representative character of acting.
And he was not slow to notice that his visitor looked fatter each time he saw him.
This is a slow process, but earnest hearts and united minds will render it a sure one.
I believe so, and I make it a point both with my pupils and myself to practice slow motions.
On this page you'll find 323 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slow, such as: easy, gradual, heavy, lackadaisical, leisurely, and lethargic.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.