Taking a long time to move or go a short distance, or to perform an action; not quick in motion; proceeding at a low speed. (adjective)
Not happening in a short time; spread over a comparatively long time. (adjective)
Of reduced intellectual capacity; not quick to comprehend. (adjective)
Not hasty; not precipitate; lacking in promptness; acting with deliberation. (adjective)
Behind in time; indicating a time earlier than the true time. (adjective)
That takes a long time to transfer data. (adjective)
Lacking spirit; deficient in liveliness or briskness. (adjective)
Not busy; lacking activity. (adjective)
To make (something) run, move, etc. less quickly; to reduce the speed of. (verb)
To keep from going quickly; to hinder the progress of. (verb)
To become slow; to slacken in speed; to decelerate. (verb)
Someone who is slow; a sluggard. (noun)
A slow song. (noun)
Examples of word Slow
You see the hog's back trail was fifteen miles shorter than the Valley road and they could afford to go it slow; in fact, _very slow_.
This was a very slow business, and _too slow_ to suit me, yet I continued to run it about three months, when by repeated losses on decayed fruit, and the too frequent visits of relatives and friends, we found the business in an unhealthy condition and lost no time in looking up a buyer, which we were fortunate in finding and successful in getting a good price from.
His is a good example of what I term slow farming.
In today's New York Times, media writer Jeremy W. Peters examines what he characterizes as a slow decline of the Los Angeles Times newspaper since being bought in 2000 by The Tribune Company.
In today s New York Times, media writer Jeremy W. Peters examines what he characterizes as a slow decline of the Los Angeles Times newspaper since...