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slipshod (adj.)

1570s, "wearing slippers or loose shoes," from slip (v.) + shod "wearing shoes." Sense of "slovenly, careless" is from 1815, probably from the notion of appearing like one in slippers, or whose shoes are down at the heels.

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Definitions of slipshod

slipshod (adj.)
marked by great carelessness;
slipshod spelling
Synonyms: haphazard / slapdash / sloppy
From wordnet.princeton.edu