The decks were dirty, and the sails, sloppily furled, were dirty likewise.
He was a tall but sloppily built fellow, and after a straight one on the point of his chin I back-twisted him over the iron bed.
In real life all might have happened just as it is set down, but real life is sloppily constructed.
Madison got a bottle and he and I got sloppily drunk, leaning on each other, singing innocently obscene songs of our youth.
Generally, Oswald's uniforms were clean but not neat; they were either unironed or sloppily ironed.