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Synonyms for slapdash

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Synonyms for slapdash

marked by great carelessness

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in a careless or reckless manner

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directly

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According to eyewitnesses, a Wagon R, which was being driven in a slapdash manner, smashed a Maruti Omni sideways while trying to overtake it.
The actions of the court, which released former Chairman of the State National Security Committee Murat Sutalnov, speak about their slapdash attitude to the April events, MP Talant Uzakbaev (Ar Namys) told the plenary session of the Parliament on Thursday.
Pakistan drew with South Africa in November 2010 - the second-innings scores were 318-2 declared and 343-3 - and both sides are likely to struggle to take 20 wickets, especially if Pakistan's fielding is as slapdash as it was in the first game.
Though occasional lines, metaphors or poems seem at times a little unfocused or slapdash, and at others slightly overcooked, and sometimes the poet's sensibility reverts too easily to a predictable vocabulary of her yogic practice, overall Bone Dreamis dense with surprising images and searing insights.
And if there is any suspicion that he has been slapdash with the truth then his 718-page book might as well be used for toilet paper.
But in the current wave of meticulous Americans, no slapdash spot will do.
He said: "I'm more slapdash about the film choices I make, whereas I choose my TV projects very carefully.
neighbours w DAN is determined to prove that Steph's slapdash service did not cause the Parkers' crash, and checks the CCTV camera at Grease Monkeys.
When GAO investigators went over the paperwork to see what the Pakistani military had claimed as expenses, they found slapdash, inconsistent records that made it impossible to trace much of the cash.
The prospect of losing one of the oldest mail franking marks in the world - with the word 'Liverpool' replaced by 'Cheshire' - is an added insult Royal Mail's disregard for the people and status of Liverpool, as part of a slapdash programme to bolster its own floundering financial fortunes, must not be tolerated.
On its debut, Great Vengeance and Furious Fire (+1/Counter),The Heavy pummels slapdash garage blues into polished pop-soul, a mainstream-ready retro turn that recalls The White Stripes, Cody ChesnuTT and a scent of Andre 3000.
Slapdash about provenances and the sources of quotations, she appears unaware that there are two differing versions, both by Caravaggio, of The Lute-Player.
And it suggests that if payroll controls are so slapdash, the department can't be trusted with the lives of children.
We aren't advising you to slapdash your Bosc pear painting, but part of being successful is learning to do your best work while meeting due dates.
I played alone and wandered a great deal over the hills, painting watercolors that literally exploded, slapdash over my pages, and drew in pencil or pen and ink in a wild and undisciplined manner" (2).