What a shame that a slipshod approach by the Obama administration to such a crucial issue has put it all at risk.
I went over to her, not knowing whether her appearance meant a slipshod nature or extreme poverty.
In Paris, the slipshod condition of the army had been publicly denounced.
Worse, if possible, than ceremony was the other extreme of slipshod familiarity.
The slipshod Russian way of handling things gets on his nerves.
She could not tolerate anything slovenly or slipshod, and no careless person escaped her watchful eye.
It's a job that cannot be done in slipshod, haphazard manner.
I count it as slipshod and a confession of ignorance for any librarian to tag around after outside "experts."
Nothing must be sloven or slipshod; every door, every fence, must be kept in repair.
Foote recalled this slipshod phrase in his comical portrait of the Duke.