"If we had we wouldn't be going at this snail pace," answered Dan.
The snail pace, like the sand at the wheels, began to drag at Madeline's faith.
It started off at snail pace, but even that wor too mich for Joa.
Even at this snail pace the good people used to wonder at the ease, as well as the speed, with which the journey was made.
No use—the soldiers kept moving on at a snail pace far below.
If Jack was driving it, she would at once tell him what had happened; but Jack was not likely to be driving at that snail pace.
They moved slowly, snail pace, but only three times in the 500 yards had the line to drop flat, until the last man was placed.
And now, as she watched the thin streak of dust, at that distance moving with snail pace, she reproached herself.
For half a century, it seemed to her, Marta had endured watching its snail pace.