Marked by carelessness; sloppy or slovenly. See Synonyms at sloppy.(adjective)
Slovenly in appearance; shabby or seedy.(adjective)
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Use "slipshod" in a sentence
"Di Luca gave other examples of what he termed slipshod, reckless or misleading statements."
"Judges have cited his firm for what they call slipshod work that, in some cases, was followed by the dismissal of foreclosure actions."
"Selling assets does not solve the problem, except in a very short-term slipshod accounting sense."