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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishslipshodslip‧shod /ˈslɪpʃɒd $ -ʃɑːd/ adjective  CARELESSdone too quickly and carelessly – used to show disapproval syn slapdash a slipshod piece of work
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slipshodNoades blamed unprofessionalism, a slipshod approach and complacency for the club's disappointing start to the season.To be slipshod is to be hounded, which is the last thing he wants.The research project was shelved due to slipshod management.This is a dangerous time to be slipshod or careless about anything, for your mistakes will be ruthlessly and embarrassingly exposed.He concluded that at least part of the trouble was slipshod storytelling in the New Testament.Scientists may be more slipshod than they care to admit about replication and falsification.
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