How to use Slapdash in a sentence

slapdash
  • I would n't say this is my favorite of the early series, it all seems a bit slapdash.

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  • Perhaps the Chancellor is becoming a little slapdash in his impatience to move next door in Downing street.

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  • It was clearly put together in a slapdash way, with even the typographical errors in the original academic articles retained.

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  • The slapdash manner in which the dossier was put together was also apparent from its mistakes.

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  • I wouldn't say this is my favorite of the early series, it all seems a bit slapdash.

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  • A pretty standard example of early Blake, its plotting is rather slapdash and illogical with much padding and too many coincidences.

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  • Football could fairly lay claim to being unique among multimillion-pound industries in its slapdash approach to media management.

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