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Use "slovenliness" in a sentence
"Indeed, her whole face lacked color, as did her personality, and the exquisite tea-gown which she wore conveyed that odd impression of slovenliness, which is often an indication of secret vice."
"As a judge, he assigned new law clerks George Orwell's 1946 essay "Politics and the English Language," a denunciation of the "slovenliness" of contemporary written English, which the author said caused vagueness and dishonesty in political discourse."
"It is turbid judgments such as these, and an intellectual slovenliness which is content to accept words and phrases without attaching definite notions to them, that discredit the average"