Definition of unhurried
: not hurried : leisurely an unhurried pace
Examples of unhurried in a Sentence
we cycled at an unhurried pace and saved our strength for the hills up ahead
Recent Examples of unhurried from the Web
Even with class-competitive horsepower, the Atlas’s acceleration is unhurried, managing a last-place finish among its rivals in this zero-to-60-mph matchup.
Light and unhurried, the movie is spun from a classic dilemma: duty or pleasure?
But the train with a name harking back to a time when America seemed bigger, or at least an age when traveling was a bit more unhurried, faces an uncertain fate.
The infectiously upbeat track never takes itself too seriously, instead letting Kyle and his featured artist Lil Yachty get playful with both their lyrics and the fruity, unhurried beat.
Artfully framed shots of food and landscapes are spliced into unhurried pans that give the impression that the house itself is watching its inhabitants, with restrained interest.
All the characters feel like real people; their dialogue is unhurried.
T.I. strolled onstage around 12:30 a.m. and immediately cranked up the energy level: Watching his set was like witnessing an army on parade -- unhurried, finely tuned, commanding.
A few young children loll on the patchy grass, engaged in unhurried conversation.
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First Known Use of unhurried
UNHURRIED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unhurried for English Language Learners
: not happening or done quickly or too quickly : relaxed and calm
UNHURRIED Defined for Kids
Definition of unhurried for Students
: not in a rush an unhurried pace
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