- proceeding at a slow pace.
Origin of slow-footed
Related Words for slow-footedtardy, apathetic, crawling, creeping, delaying, deliberate, dilatory, disinclined, dreamy, drowsy, easy, gradual, heavy, idle, imperceptible, inactive, indolent, inert, lackadaisical, laggard
Examples from the Web for slow-footed
Historical Examples of slow-footed
Though they may be slow-footed, they have sure noses and deep-mouthed fangs.Expositions of Holy Scripture
A fat-bellied, slow-footed cousin will you find when you come for me.The Vintage
Edward Frederic Benson
The slow-footed dawn came and found him worn and discouraged.Robert Annys: Poor Priest
Annie Nathan Meyer
Those minutes were slow-footed, but at last he closed the watch with a snap.Cynthia's Chauffeur
But the old mare was a slow-footed animal; and Ducklow had no whip.