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Things slow often describes (“slow ________”)
process, growth, motion, progress, rate, movement, pace, speed, degrees, movements, development, death, waves, fire, smile, steps, learners, rates, cooling, release, decline, change, start, recovery, step, increase, changes, learner, voice, response, speeds, pulse, evolution, rise, processes, rhythm, wave, neutrons, walk, flow, manner, tempo, down, moving, breath, stream, advance, decay, progression, breaths, onset, current, march, oven, phase, course, cooker, dance, breathing, stages, infusion, component, business, reaction, train, speech, sleep, journey, accumulation, descent, learning, potentials, combustion, injection, poison, improvement, trot, gait, introduction, oxidation, return, passage, decrease, procession, music, conduction, drift, diffusion, absorption, fever, rotation

How slow often is described (“________ slow”)
little, dead, real, first, unacceptably, awful, long, economic, very, current, quick, extra, sad, continuous, fast, bloody, mortal, wondrous, constant, unconscionably, devilish, usual, relative, precious, mighty, rapid, deadly, temporary, rich, gradual, excruciatingly, litde, darn, steady, the, cermo, goddamn, uncommonly, consequent, occasional, dim, fire, goddamned, uncommon, wise, terrible, leetle, almighty, retinal, sure, gorgest


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See slow used in context: 100+ rhymes, 46 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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