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Slipshod



adjective
1.
careless, untidy, or slovenly:
slipshod work.
2.
down-at-heel; seedy; shabby.
3.
Archaic. wearing slippers or loose shoes, especially ones worn at the heel.
adjective
1.
(of an action) negligent; careless
2.
(of a person’s appearance) slovenly; down-at-heel

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