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slow

105 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[slˈə͡ʊ], [slˈə‍ʊ], [s_l_ˈəʊ]
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Synonyms for Slow:

dull (adjective)

apathetic, benumbed, besotted, blunt, boorish, bovine, cloddish, comatose, dense, dim, doltish, drowsy, dull, lethargic, loutish, obtuse, ponderous, sleepy, sluggish, soporific, stupefied, thick-witted.

lethargic (adjective)

dopey, drooping, drugged, indolent, insensible, lackadaisical, languid, languorous, lazy, leaden, leisurely, lifeless, listless, lumpish, phlegmatic, slothful, tired, torpid, unhurried.

slow (adjective)

crawling, creeping, dawdling, delaying, dragging, lingering, loitering, plodding, poky, slowpoke, trudging.

slow (verb)

crawl, creep, dawdle, delay, drag, hinder, linger, loiter, plod, poke, trudge.

Other synonyms and related words:

after time, back, backward, behind, behind time, behindhand, belated, check, deliberate, ease off, ease up, easily, easy, gentle, gently, gradual, heavy, hebetudinous, impede, inactive, laggard, late, let down, moderate, moderately, obstruct, overdue, pedestrian, pokey, relax, slack, slack off, slack up, slacken, slow down, slow up, slow-witted, slowly, stolid, tardy, unlively, wooden.

Rhymes for Slow:

  1. monroe, rondeau, forgo, snow, au, outgrow, plough, beau, pro, yo, so-so, owe, sloe, tow, sow, marceau, chateau, floe, show, sew, doh, turbot, throw, ko, thoreau, mow, mo, blow, though, chateaux, hoe, hello, crow, poe, woe, wo, below, toe, ho, defoe, tableau, oh, row, grow, so, stowe, truffaut, kayo, co, roe, go, bordeaux, cro, dough, glow, know, bestow, flow, forego, stow, gogh, cousteau, munro, undergo, foe, kowtow, low, plateau, loewe, bow, tho;
  2. ago, miro, although, aglow;
  3. overflow, imo, apropos;

Quotes for Slow:

  1. Slow but steady wins the race. Aesop.
  2. I remember in the first part of the race I was sixth and I could have gone quicker, but I had to go slow It was one of the most difficult things I have ever done. Alain Prost.
  3. Some news managers have been slow to grasp that good television news is always substance over form. Jessica Savitch.

Idioms of Slow:

  1. take it slow
  2. be slow on the uptake;
  3. be quick/ slow on the uptake;
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