Definition of unrushed in English:

unrushed

adjective

  • Characterized by an absence of haste; unhurried.

    ‘the service is unrushed, encouraging you to linger’
    ‘he seemed to have a controlled, unrushed way of moving’
    • ‘The tea master was apparently very charming and unrushed.’
    • ‘The waiters are attentive and unrushed.’
    • ‘It's almost impossible to describe their unforced exactness, their unrushed economy.’
    • ‘Riga makes for the perfect stag/hen weekend away and offers you an unrushed, clean, green and affordable alternative to Amsterdam.’
    • ‘Diners have discovered this wonderfully old-fashioned Italian restaurant, which still operates in yesteryear's formal yet friendly European style, delivering unrushed service from a gracious, attentive staff.’
    • ‘The treatments at the Ocean Breeze health suite are exceptional, combined with the unrushed Cornish attitude.’
    • ‘The great thing about the holiday was that at all times we felt unrushed.’
    • ‘The unrushed tempo of the toccata-like Vivace final movement allowed Ohlsson to tap into the deep well of sound few pianists are able to access.’
    • ‘This charming little Costa Rican kitchen cooks up homey fare in an unrushed atmosphere, with friendly service and a karaoke machine to boot.’
    • ‘Jane has one of the best unrushed swings from a junior I have ever seen.’

Pronunciation

unrushed

/ʌnˈrʌʃt/