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Meaning & Definition of Sloppy in English

English

Sloppy

/slɑpi/

adjective

1. Lacking neatness or order

  • "A sloppy room"
  • "Sloppy habits"
    synonym:
  • sloppy

2. Wet or smeared with a spilled liquid or moist material

  • "A sloppy floor"
  • "A sloppy saucer"
    synonym:
  • sloppy

3. (of soil) soft and watery

  • "The ground was boggy under foot"
  • "A marshy coastline"
  • "Miry roads"
  • "Wet mucky lowland"
  • "Muddy barnyard"
  • "Quaggy terrain"
  • "The sloughy edge of the pond"
  • "Swampy bayous"
    synonym:
  • boggy
  • ,
  • marshy
  • ,
  • miry
  • ,
  • mucky
  • ,
  • muddy
  • ,
  • quaggy
  • ,
  • sloppy
  • ,
  • sloughy
  • ,
  • soggy
  • ,
  • squashy
  • ,
  • swampy
  • ,
  • waterlogged

4. Not fitting closely

  • Hanging loosely
  • "Baggy trousers"
  • "A loose-fitting blouse is comfortable in hot weather"
    synonym:
  • baggy
  • ,
  • loose-fitting
  • ,
  • sloppy

5. Excessively or abnormally emotional

    synonym:
  • overemotional
  • ,
  • sloppy

6. Marked by great carelessness

  • "A most haphazard system of record keeping"
  • "Slapdash work"
  • "Slipshod spelling"
  • "Sloppy workmanship"
    synonym:
  • haphazard
  • ,
  • slapdash
  • ,
  • slipshod
  • ,
  • sloppy

Examples of using

Tom did a sloppy job.