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adjective as in unintelligent

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Also Beyoncé will sing the slowest version of “Crazy in Love” that has ever been sung.

Mineral growth is fastest in summer, when the days are long, and slowest in winter, when the days are short.

Yet this recovery has been the slowest and weakest since World War II.

Under Obama, annualized growth in federal spending has risen at the slowest pace in decades.

But the real progress of the fastest movement has depended on the slowest process.

The dragon tree is the slowest of growth among vegetables; it seems also to be slowest in decay.

Immediately from a miracle of lithe, swift grace, she changed into one of the slowest and most awkward of animals.

Colvin reined in his horse to the slowest of foot-paces, and stared at the cleft as though struck with an idea.

Slowest of all to apprehend this truth, though with honorable exceptions, are our military men.

That, however, was not very fast—not faster than a frog could go—for the animal in question is one of the very slowest travellers.


On this page you'll find 157 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slowest, such as: heavy, gradual, quiet, lackadaisical, passive, and stagnant.

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