That, at least, is what many economists across the spectrum say after studying the sketchy outlines.
By contrast, with its sketchy financial plan, Obama and his team did very well with the stimulus.
Marchman takes it as a given that MLB basing its case on the say-so of a sketchy Floridian drug-dealer is preposterous.
Sophie Hannah, the author of the new novel The Orphan Choir, has always preferred the sketchy storyteller.
And former senior Obama adviser David Axelrod dismissed it as “sketchy.”
He patted the dog, whose tail made a slight, sketchy motion of approval.
An older child would not be content with so sketchy an account.
From canned goods on the shelf, baked beans and corned beef, we prepared a sketchy supper, and ate on the counter.
The sketchy nephew hinted that he might have fallen off a bridge.
They sang 'Rule, Britannia,' in the Piazza to-day, wonderfully vague and sketchy.
A street derelict who may be a villain: Perp: also a mutt, a mope, a skid, or a skell
[1980s+ New York City police; ultimately fr Dutch schelm, ''scoundrel, villain,'' found in English as skelum by 1611]