adjective. ['ˈslɑːpi'] lacking neatness or order.
Words that Rhyme with Sloppy
Example sentences of the word sloppy
Over time, the hinge-pins can wear out making the operation of your butterfly knife sloppy and loose.
Quotes containing the word sloppy
1. The most effective leaders are actually better at guarding against danger when they acknowledge it that it exists. Cowards, in contrast, cling to the hope that failure will never happen and may be sloppy in the face of danger - not because they don't acknowledge that it exists, but because they are just too afraid of it to look it in the eye.
- Simon Sinek
2. I don’t eat Sloppy Joes. I eat Tidy Josephs.
- Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not FOR SALE
3. My hands tend to be full enough dealing with people who hate me for who I am. Concentrate too hard on the millions of people who hate you for what you are and you're likely to turn into one of those unkempt, sloppy dressers who sag beneath the weight of the two hundred political buttons they wear pinned to their coats and knapsacks.
- David Sedaris
adjective. ['ˈslɑːpi'] (of soil) soft and watery.
adjective. ['ˈslɑːpi'] marked by great carelessness.
adjective. ['ˈslɑːpi'] excessively or abnormally emotional.
adjective. ['ˈslɑːpi'] not fitting closely; hanging loosely.
adjective. ['ˈslɑːpi'] wet or smeared with a spilled liquid or moist material.