in no hurry


: feeling no need to move, act, or go quickly
Our guests were in no hurry to leave.
They're in no hurry to have children.
I'm in no (particular/big/great) hurry to go to the dentist.

Examples of in no hurry in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web So far, operators that scaled down on staff during the pandemic-era labor shortage are in no hurry to staff back up, according to industry analysts. Byirina Ivanova, Fortune, 21 Oct. 2023 The Biden administration turns out to be in no hurry to patch things up with Iran. Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Foreign Affairs, 17 Mar. 2021 Joe Manchin has been in no hurry to announce his plans for 2024, keeping the political world guessing for the foreseeable future. Samantha-Jo Roth, Washington Examiner, 30 Aug. 2023 That’s a complicated accounting, which Russo is in no hurry to complete. Ron Charles, Washington Post, 18 July 2023 Other recent moves suggest that Warner Bros. Discovery is in no hurry to join the race to the bottom in Indian streaming by launching Max in the territory any time soon. Patrick Frater, Variety, 11 July 2023 Yet Xi seems in no hurry to oblige, and for good reason: China has already agreed to build a pipeline linking the Russian island of Sakhalin to mainland China. Foreign Affairs, 28 Apr. 2023 Bedard, meantime, is in no hurry to rush the draft process or predict who might select him. John Wawrow, ajc, 25 June 2023 An old timer living a solitary life in the wilds of the New Jersey Pinelands is in no hurry to work as the day dawns. USA TODAY, 5 May 2023 See More

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“In no hurry.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 11 Dec. 2023.

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