With chandeliers overhead, his models walked at an unhurried pace to a soundtrack of bass drums and violins.
Still, as a backup, he continued to take copious notes in his unhurried longhand.
He appeared not to know me, murmured an unhurried and general, "Excuse me," and went on.
"This is better," he said, fingering it, unhurried as a man with hours to throw away.
The Seraph treated him to a long, unhurried scrutiny, starting from the boots and working up to the freckled face and sandy hair.
Measured, unhurried; like the sounding of a bell for mass of a Sunday morning.
She moved on with unhurried step, and turned towards the nearest cab-rank.
unhurried, a true artist, he shaped one side of the rib to the other.
Formal or informal, in the intimacy of the family circle or in a large group of friends the meal should be unhurried and calm.
In popular phrase, to be deliberate is to be slow, unhurried.