leisurely

[lee-zher-lee, lezh-er-]
adjective
1.
acting, proceeding, or done without haste; unhurried; deliberate: a leisurely conversation.
2.
showing or suggesting ample leisure; unhurried: a leisurely manner.
adverb
3.
in a leisurely manner; without haste: to travel leisurely.

Origin:
1480–90; earlier laiserly (adv.). See leisure, -ly

leisureliness, leisureness, noun
unleisurely, adjective


1. See slow.
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leisurely (ˈlɛʒəlɪ)
 
adj
1.  unhurried; relaxed
 
adv
2.  without haste; in a relaxed way
 
'leisureliness
 
n

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Example sentences
They were leisurely at work robbing the parlors, when discovered.
But none of them have the time for a leisurely stroll through a science lab.
The company's own retreat from drug-making will probably be a more leisurely
  affair.
The leisurely pace of modern life belies the region's storied past, however.
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