slovenly[ sluhv-uhn-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF slovenly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SLOVENLY
Yes, you've taken to mucking your work—doing it in a most slovenly way.
She was directed by a slovenly maid to a room on an upper floor, and left there.
Careless, slovenly and wasteful as I knew him to be, he was not mean.
It is a grievous thing to note how slovenly this part of the service is in some places.
He lived in a large, stone house, kept in rather a slovenly manner.
"No, I'll go out after that kicker," he said, ashamed of his slovenly work.
There was already a look of slovenly age about his stooping bookworm's gait.
It was a slovenly word, a makeshift for the hard broom of clean thought.
Earth dirt he had no objection to; slovenly dirt was as abhorrent to him as vice.
In dress, although far from slovenly, he was by no means particular.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SLOVENLY
- going through the motions
- phoning it in
- walking through it