adjective slip·shod \ˈslip-ˈshäd\

: very careless or poorly done or made

Full Definition of SLIPSHOD

a :  wearing loose shoes or slippers
b :  down at the heel :  shabby

Examples of SLIPSHOD

  1. He did a slipshod job.
  2. Her scholarship is slipshod at best.

Origin of SLIPSHOD

First Known Use: 1580
SLIPSHOD Defined for Kids


adjective slip·shod \ˈslip-ˈshäd\

Definition of SLIPSHOD for Kids

:  very careless <Their work was slipshod.>


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