Definition of sloppily in English:

sloppily

adverb

  • See sloppy

    • ‘He wears an oversized black hoodie and a sloppily tied ponytail.’
    • ‘But that is the point: too much quasi-Marxism has lost Marx's chief insight by reading Marx sloppily.’
    • ‘These sculptures are at once highly crafted and naturally formed, skillfully manipulated and sloppily organic.’
    • ‘But it would be rude of you and you'd deserve those dirty looks if you blew your nose loudly and sloppily right next to someone.’
    • ‘Their answer seems to be a sloppily sewn-together quilt of stale stereotypes and untimely political references.’

Pronunciation

sloppily

/ˈslɒpɪli/