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  • adjective Not rapid.


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un- +‎ rapid


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  • That on the Valley pike, the six-mile-long retreat from Strasburg, was making, too, a progress not unrapid, considering the immensity of its wagon train and the uncertainty of the commanding general as to what, on the whole, it might be best to do.

    The Long Roll Mary Johnston 1903

  • Businessman Chris Lee's unbusinesslike, unrapid response to this massive economic cluster-eff is not a huge confidence-builder.

    Buffalo Pundit 2009

  • So just like the Osborne’s non doms policy, the Tories were spared embarrassment by Labour’s very unrapid reaction force.

    Osborne lays out the Tory vision, the Treasury lays on the drinks 2008


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