in no hurry

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of 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.

Word by Word Definitions

hurry play
  1. : to carry or cause to go with haste

  2. : to impel to rash or precipitate action

  3. : to impel to greater speed : prod

  1. : disturbed or disorderly activity : commotion

  2. : agitated and often bustling or disorderly haste

  3. : a state of eagerness or urgency : rush


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