Performed with haste and scant attention to detail: a cursory glance at the headlines. (adjective)
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Use "cursory" in a sentence
"Principal Steve Perry doesn't believe in cursory inspections."
"Giving a detailed answer to all of them, even in cursory fashion, would make a small volume."
"Indeed, most of the instances of the term a cursory Google search of whitehouse. gov uncovers come in questions from the media"