Pronunciation of Sloppy
/slˈɒpi/, /slˈɒpi/, /s_l_ˈɒ_p_i/
Synonyms for sloppy:
Other synonyms and related words:
tear-jerking, disarrayed, confused, hit-or-miss, corny, miry, emotional, waterlogged, overemotional, soggy, loose-fitting, sluggish, inert, slatternly, Spoony, disorderly, tousled, sugary, soppy, fruity, spongelike, sloughy, Mussed, muddled, chaotic, soupy, sticky, squishy, marshy, oozy, chocolate-box, doughy, slushy, hugger mugger, wet, mussy, spongy, cloudy, novelettish, topsy-turvy, baggy, pulpy, muddied, Messed, sobby, turbid, littered, saccharine, cloying, mirky, drippy, lovey-dovey, torpid, cluttered, Tumbled, quaggy, boggy, disordered, pell-mell, swampy, bathetic, disarranged, squashy, sugarcoated, jumbled, gushy.
haphazard, inattentive, slipshod, inadvertent, unheedful, remiss, forgetful, perfunctory, slapdash, careless, shoddy, reckless, bumbling, unmindful, neglectful, clumsy, negligent, thoughtless, inconsiderate, slovenly, Disregardful, hit-and-miss, derelict, senile.
odious, grubby, festering, grimy, crummy, scatological, mucky, offensive, dusty, obscene, squalid, grungy, sordid, putrid, muddy, murky, insalubrious, smutty, infectious, scruffy, unhygenic, disgusting, dirty, septic, foul, defiled, untidy, shabby, unclean, unsanitary, toxic, icky, impure, filthy, slovenly, dingy, fetid.
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Usage examples for sloppy:
- She looked upon all other men as somewhat sloppy in comparison. - "Gargoyles", Ben Hecht.
- If he dresses for dinner, it is sloppy and middle- class not to do so. - "Father Payne", Arthur Christopher Benson.
- In language that was poetic without being sloppy he paid a tribute to the spirit of fraternity that fairly lifted us out of our chairs. - "Roughing it De Luxe", Irvin S. Cobb.