slap together

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Synonyms for slap together

make hastily and carelessly

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JMR's TJ Panell said, "So many firms slap together shoddy work, with a weak message and low quality graphic, just to get their point across instead of taking the time to understand these small details that derive from consumer psychology.
Simply this: if you'd like to slap together a panel or two just for the satisfaction of having done it, I wholeheartedly encourage you to do just that.
Damned if somebody didn't go up on the roof, slap together a makeshift megaphone and holler out: 'They're laying off 20 percent of the work force.
Slap together our lave out-the-door-in-an-instant sandwich organic peanut butter on whole wheat bread with a squirt of honey and banana.
Instead, he tries to slap together a brainstorm of ideas through hasty cutting that fails to give certain scenes their due screen time, while a boisterous big-band score by Pierre Bertrand is thrown in at each interval.
The Cards' brain trust proved last season they're happy to slap together a retread pitching staff just to get by, and nothing says they won't start doing that to the everyday lineup as well while they pay for the newest Busch Stadium (which is sold out every night but still apparently not providing enough capital to push the Cards' payroll up to competitive standards with the Mets, Cubs, Red Sox or Yankees).
From there, Wonder cracked open his 1973 masterpiece "Innervisions" (with all but two songs from that album making it onto the set list) for searing renditions of "Too High," "Visions" and "Living for the City." As he wailed away on electric keys and flashed the sharp edges of those songs, it was immediately clear that Wonder was not about to tritely move through his songs or slap together crowd-pleasing but ultimately flimsy medleys.