SLOPPY's Sentences and Contexts

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 Sentences of sloppy
Definition:
a. wet, so as to spatter easily; muddy; lack of care or precision
Example:
First, a rush job always results in sloppy output.
Sentence in Classic:
The carriage plowed its way farther and halted for a moment to permit two ladies with baskets of bandages on their arms to pick precarious passages across the sloppy street on stepping stones.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context