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use "slipshod" in a sentence

The root of the problem was the slipshod nature of the Constitution, a document born of political compromise between warring factions rather than any kind of coherent legal document.

Dostoevsky composed the book with a variety of literary techniques that led many of his critics to
cool of the cafes, the shrill sound of their flutes, known as rhaita, forming a hypnotic stage on which their overheated cobras perform.

At the end of it, all but one of the 15 or 20 Republicans who will eventually join this race will end up as losers, scorned and mocked and left to slink back from whence they came.

god love them, they did not slink guiltily from that connection.

It's always the same: In the hours preceding midnight you'll have awkward bands of badly-dressed teenagers slipping in under free entry, silent, antisocial, and wholly uncomfortable until they slink away again at 2am.

Like any good phony, Tartuffe makes quite an entrance, whipping himself as his creepy manservants slink around him.

There is powerful bravado choreography - especially diagonal jumps and leaps for Aaron Loux and dazzling spins for Dallas McMurray - but mostly the four performers slink around.

The "showgirls” are equally adept as they slink their way up the staircase or through the crowd, with lead showgirl Molly Sides the embodiment of an erotic fantasy.

The two men slink back to their corners, completely exhausted and dripping sweat.

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