Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Moving or advancing slowly; slow-gaited; tardigrade: specifically said of the slow lemur.
“North Korea held its own for 45 minutes against the top-ranked U.S. women, who contented themselves with trying to play a slow-paced game of keep-away in the middle of the field.”
“For a deliberate, slow-paced team like SMU that prefers games be played in the 40s and 50s, that isn't the worst thing in the world, unless your offense still can't keep up, and the Mustangs too often could not, averaging just 66.2 points per game.”
“This is probably the only place in the Bronx that I would have opened a shop," Mr. Mitchell said, citing the friendly, slow-paced neighborhood ambiance that allows him to get to know his regular customers.”
“The slow-paced nature of this match has made Kaleb even more bitter than he normally is, which few thought possible.”
“Worst Urgency: The Skins 'final touchdown drive seemed awfully slow-paced, considering the ticking clock and the fact that they were down by 10 points.”
“Then, Jason Derulo is back to remind us how much we miss Ray Charles with his slow-paced, nasal version of "Georgia On My Mind" which is interpreted by two DWTS troupers in the manner of a college spirit squad, with lots of lifts.”
“Comics | Jesse Reese wonders why the slow-paced "Old Man Logan" storyline in Wolverine suddenly turned into a Hollywood blockbuster-on-paper.”
“Blocher had been getting progress reports on the slow-paced investigation of the Tinners and their connection to nuclear proliferation from the Swiss intelligence service and police.”
“On Wednesday, Pelosi repeated the mantra, only this time putting a numerical figure on how many jobs she thought the Senate's penchant of slow-paced negotiation had cost the country.”
“Small children bop along to the slow-paced music of a local band playing under a small garden gazebo.”
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