Sloppy Definition

slŏpē
sloppier, sloppiest
adjective
sloppier, sloppiest
Marked by or given to a lack of neatness or order; untidy.
A sloppy room; a sloppy roommate.
American Heritage
Very untidy; showing lack of care; slovenly or messy.
Webster's New World
Consisting of or covered with slop; wet and splashy; muddy; slushy.
Webster's New World
Oversentimental; gushy.
A sloppy love letter.
American Heritage
Splashed or spotted with liquids.
Webster's New World
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Other Word Forms of Sloppy

Adjective

Base Form:
sloppy
Comparative:
sloppier
Superlative:
sloppiest

Origin of Sloppy

  • From slop, + -y suffix.

    From Wiktionary

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