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Being home also provides an unhurried environment that Randall believes is valuable.
HOW AT-HOME EUTHANASIA CAN PROVIDE COMFORT TO PETS AND OWNERSKATHRYN STREETERMAY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A man emerged from its cab, waving an unhurried arm, and the car swung around to the rear of the van.
SECURITYPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
He was a man too busy to write many letters, but when he did write (to Clemens at least) they were always playful and unhurried.
MARK TWAIN, A BIOGRAPHY, 1835-1910, COMPLETEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
In systematic, unhurried fashion, Detective Fuller went through every room in the Deming house.
GHOST BEYOND THE GATEMILDRED A. WIRT
It seemed to me that she was another woman, she moved in a new way, her speech was unhurried, her gaze was direct and thoughtful.
THE BLUE GERMMARTIN SWAYNE
Sir Lewis looked perfectly calm and unhurried, as though he were doing something perfectly legal—which, in a way, he was.
THE PENAL CLUSTERIVAR JORGENSEN (AKA RANDALL GARRETT)
With unhurried step she passed across the whole length of the long audience-chamber, and gently opened the door of the ante-hall.
A GERMAN POMPADOURMARIE HAY
Asiatics of all kinds and colours, fantastically yet harmoniously clad, move past with silent, unhurried footsteps.
THE WALLS OF CONSTANTINOPLEBERNARD GRANVILLE BAKER
He was watching the unhurried flow of out-running wheat and gauging, as was the girl below, the racing progress of the flames.
A PAGAN OF THE HILLSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Lee could follow it clearly across the next field and into the next; its progress was unhurried, deliberate, insolent.
CYTHEREAJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER

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