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Synonyms for sloppiness

the state of being messy or unkempt

the quality or condition of being affectedly or overly emotional

Synonyms for sloppiness

the wetness of ground that is covered or soaked with water

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a lack of order and tidiness

the quality of not being careful or taking pains

References in periodicals archive ?
for defensive sloppiness we'd have got something out of the game.
Defensive sloppiness cost us again on Saturday, just as it did a lot of times last season," he said.
Summary: Speaker Nabih Berri slammed Wednesday the sloppiness with which the issue of exploiting Lebanon's offshore gas reserves was being treated despite his efforts to ratify the oil law.
As a result, allegations of false paperwork and sloppiness are rife.
Despite some sloppiness, Scott was overjoyed with the Millers' display.
They said that due to the sloppiness infectious diseases have been causing threats to the citizens.
And I'm afraid that lack of sharpness and sloppiness carried over into the match.
Any similar sloppiness in Leeds tonight could be punished by a Yorkshire side who have posted huge wins over Leicestershire and Worcestershire, the bottom two, in their last two outings.
There was a sloppiness on our part when Doncaster scored their first goal following a corner and a sloppiness again for the second goal.
He said: "When you're not at it 100 per cent and you're not alert, sloppiness sets in and St Mirren fully deserved their win.
Then magic antibiotics became available and infections were miraculously cured, however, sloppiness slipped in.
Stronger teams than the Portuguese would take advantage of the sloppiness.
Our defence has held out against other teams but we just seemed to lose concentration - it was just sheer sloppiness.
He hated sloppiness and always aimed for the highest standards.
AP) -- The head of New Hampshire's community technical college system says the system is in the middle of a crisis because of years of sloppiness overseeing financial aid.