Another word for sloppy
sloppy slovenly unkempt slipshodSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives mean marked by an absence of due or proper care or attention. Sloppy evokes the idea of careless spilling, spotting, or splashing; it suggests slackness, untidiness, or diffuseness: a sloppy kitchen; sloppy dress. “I do not see how the sloppiest reasoner can evade that” (H.G. Wells). Slovenly implies habitual negligence and a lack of system or thoroughness: a slovenly appearance; slovenly inaccuracies. Unkempt stresses dishevelment resulting from a neglectful lack of proper maintenance: “an unwashed brow, an unkempt head of hair” (Sir Walter Scott). Slipshod suggests inattention to detail and a general absence of meticulousness: “the new owners' camp . . . a slipshod and slovenly affair, tent half stretched, dishes unwashed” (Jack London).
Another word for sloppyadjective
Marked by an absence of cleanliness and order:disheveled, messy, mussy, slipshod, slovenly, unkempt, untidy. See order
Indifferent to correctness, accuracy, or neatness:careless, messy, slapdash, slipshod, slovenly, untidy. See careful
Affectedly or extravagantly emotional:bathetic, gushy, maudlin, mawkish, romantic, sentimental, slushy, sobby, soft, soppy. (Informal) gooey, mushy, schmaltzy, soupy. (Slang) drippy, sappy, tear-jerking. See feelings