Another word for slow
slow dilatory leisurely laggard deliberateSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives mean taking more time than is usual or necessary. Slow is the least specific: a slow bus; a slow heartbeat; slow to anger. Dilatory implies lack of promptness caused by delay, procrastination, or indifference: paid a late fee because I was dilatory in paying the bill. Leisurely suggests a relaxed lack of haste: went for a leisurely walk by the river. Laggard implies hanging back or falling behind: “the horses' laggard pace” (Rudyard Kipling). Deliberate suggests a lack of hurry traceable especially to caution or careful consideration, as of consequences: worked in a systematic and deliberate manner.
Another word for slowadjective
Proceeding at a rate less than usual or desired:dilatory, laggard, slow-footed, slow-going, slow-paced, tardy. (Informal) poky1. Idiom: slow as molasses in January. See fast
Characterized by reduced economic activity:down, dull, off, slack, sluggish, soft. See increase
Having only a limited ability to learn and understand:backward, dull, simple, simple-minded, slow-witted. (Informal) soft. (Offensive) feeble-minded, half-witted, retarded, weak-minded. See ability
To cause to be later or slower than expected or desired.Down or up: delay, detain, hang up, hold up, lag, retard, set back, stall2. See help, time