slouchy

[slou-chee]
adjective, slouchier, slouchiest.
of or pertaining to a slouch or to a slouching manner, posture, etc.

Origin:
1685–95; slouch + -y1

slouchily, adverb
slouchiness, noun
unslouchy, adjective
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slouchy (ˈslaʊtʃɪ)
 
adj , -ier, -iest
1.  slouching; lazy
2.  (of clothes) casual, soft, and relatively unstructured
 
'slouchily
 
adv
 
'slouchiness
 
n

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Example sentences
Translation: sleek neoprene mixed with slouchy urban shapes.
Both teams played some slouchy ball but offset it with exceptionally brilliant work at other times.
Ira was about six feet two inches in height, measuring straight and not around the slouchy stoop of his shoulders.
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