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Slow Adjective Synonyms
lagging, laggard, dawdling, sluggish, sluggard(ly), slow-moving, leaden, ponderous, unhurried, plodding, snail-like, tortoise-like, torpid, leaden-footed, creeping, crawling, deliberate, slow-paced, leisurely, gradual, easy, relaxed, lax, lackadaisical, l
They walked at a slow pace back to the house. Philip has become a little slower in his old age.
dense, dull, slow-witted, dull-witted, obtuse, backward, bovine, dim, dim-witted, stupid, unresponsive, blockish, cloddish, unintelligent, doltish, simple, stolid, unimaginative, Boeotian, slow on the uptake, thick, dumb
I'm afraid I'm a bit slow when it comes to particle physics.
reluctant, not quick, unwilling, hesitant, disinclined, averse, loath or loth, indisposed
Even when provoked, Cassie tends to be slow to anger.
boring, dull, tiresome, ennuyant, tedious, dead, sleepy, somnolent, torpid, soporific, wearisome, dry-as-dust, uninteresting, monotonous, tame, uneventful, humdrum, ho-hum, dead, dead-and-alive
This town becomes really slow in the autumn, till the tourists reappear in the spring.
slack, inactive, quiet, sluggish, unproductive
Business is always a bit slow after the holidays.
slowly, easy, leisurely, easily
They told him to take things slower or he'd have another heart attack.
slowly, unhurriedly, cautiously, carefully, circumspectly
He failed his test because he drove too slow.
behindhand, tardily, late, unpunctually
All the trains seem to be running a bit slow tonight.
conservative, unprogressive, old-fashioned, out of date, backward, old-fogyish or old-fogeyish, behind the times, square, not with it, past it, out of it
The council has been rather slow in realizing the needs of the community.
late, tardy, behindhand, dilatory, delayed, unpunctual
You were so slow in getting here that everyone has gone.
Slow Adverb Synonyms
relax, take it easy, ease up
The doctor suggested that at my age I ought to slow down a little.
Slow Noun Synonyms
I missed the train because my watch is five minutes slow.
unhurried, slow-moving, slow-paced
The slow funeral cortege crept through the streets.
Slow Verb Synonyms
gradual, progressive, moderate, perceptible, almost imperceptible, measurable
The church elders have noted a slow decline in moral standards.
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Entertainment / Video Games / Slow-down: When more objects are on the screen than a system can handle, the game tends to slow down, often to the detriment of the gameplay. This tends to be a problem with systems that have underpowered proces MORE
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