No matter how constitutionally suspect, how costly, how slapdash, or how disappointing a grand policy might be, well, they tried.
To the uninitiated, it can seem all too random, slapdash, or disorienting.
There was no place here for the slapdash, smoking girl of the present day.
For to him it was intolerable to think in a hurry, to jump to slapdash decisions, to act on instincts that could not be explained.
It stands out in contrast to American slapdash, puerile-minded pretenses at dictionary treatises on cowboy life.
It is easy in a slapdash manner to lavish sarcasms on a King who presented many tempting opportunities for satire.
It is too hurried and slapdash, and I may have quite different opinions after we have calmed down a bit.
Balzac wrote the stranger a slapdash of a letter, as he was always doing, and forgot the incident.
Precisely; directly: Streets that ended slap in a courtyard/ The storm was pointed slam-bang at Tampa (first form 1829+, second 1885+, third 1940s+)