from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not speedy; slow.


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  • So instead of talking about my stealthy, but unspeedy self, I'd like to show you how the professionals keep track of their laps (Fuck the 1: 01):

    Runner Susan 2008

  • And even therewith the wild men broke up before the onset of the all-armed carles, and fled up the hill, and the men-at-arms followed them but a little, for their armour made them unspeedy; so that they took no more of those men, though they slew some, but turned about and gathered round Ralph and made merry over his catch, for they were joyous with the happy end of battle; and Clement, who had left his bowmen when the

    The Well at the World's End: a tale William Morris 1865


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