slubber

verb
slub·ber | \ ˈslə-bər \
slubbered; slubbering\ˈslə-b(ə-)riŋ \

Definition of slubber 

transitive verb

1 dialectal, chiefly England : stain, sully

2 : to perform in a slipshod fashion

First Known Use of slubber

1530, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for slubber

probably from obsolete Dutch slubberen

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