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adagio slowly (used as a musical direction). [1/4 definitions]
anneal to heat and then slowly cool (esp. glass or metal) so as to strengthen and make less brittle.
assimilation the process by which minority groups, such as immigrants, slowly absorb the characteristics of the dominant culture. [1/3 definitions]
backward progressing or advancing slowly. [1/8 definitions]
braise to cook slowly in a small amount of liquid in a covered pot, esp. after sauteeing in fat.
cancer any destructive force or thing that spreads slowly. [1/5 definitions]
corrode to damage or slowly destroy. [1/3 definitions]
crawl to move slowly with the body close to, or dragged along on, the ground; creep. [2/7 definitions]
creep to move slowly or intermittently. [1/12 definitions]
dawdle to walk slowly and aimlessly; linger along the way. [1/3 definitions]
double boiler a pot consisting of a lower part, in which water is boiled to create steam, and an upper part that fits snugly into the top of the lower, in which food can be cooked, warmed, or melted slowly.
drag to go or pass slowly. [1/13 definitions]
drawl to pronounce or speak slowly, esp. with vowel sounds greatly lengthened. [1/2 definitions]
dribble to drip or flow slowly in drops. [1/8 definitions]
ease to carefully and slowly move. [2/11 definitions]
erode to slowly wear away, eat into, or destroy by the action of friction, or as if by friction. [1/3 definitions]
extended-release of or pertaining to a pill, tablet, capsule, or device that released drug slowly over an extended period of time.
fade in film and television, to slowly come into view or vanish (usu. fol. by "in" or "out"). [1/6 definitions]
fizzle to hiss or sputter, esp. if the sound slowly fades. [2/4 definitions]
fountain a chamber from which a liquid, such as ink in a pen, can be supplied slowly and steadily. [1/5 definitions]
gestate to take shape slowly in the mind, as ideas. [1/3 definitions]