Definition of sloppy:
saccharine, sluggish, gushy, cluttered, A-line, quaggy, chilled, overemotional, amateurish, boggy, sugarcoated, disordered, mussed, higgledy-piggledy, spoony, casual, torpid, mediocre, squashy, chocolate-box, treacly, tear-jerking, frowsy, drippy, button-through, slipshod, inert, chaotic, waterlogged, button-down, creamy, spongelike, hugger-mugger, novelettish, swampy, cream, tousled, boot-cut, fruity, sticky, like a bull in a china shop, slobby, melodrama, turbid, cloying, clingy, lovey-dovey, awkward, backless, marshy, lackadaisical, jumbled, soupy, careful, disarranged, sobby, upside-down, tumbled, messed, sloughy, histrionics, cloudy, bathetic, complacency, order, soggy, topsy-turvy, loose-fitting, littered, untidy, crispy, haphazard, brief, doughy, muddled, complacent, squishy, spongy, slobbish, disarrayed, buttery, muddied, hysterics, sugary, blowsy, careless, crisp, dowdy, soppy, theatrical, slushy, rumpled, mirky, confused, baggy, mussy, sloven, poor, pulpy, caramelized, wet, slapdash, best, hit-or-miss, chewy, pell-mell, theatricals, calorific, feelings, splashy, disorderly, miry, cool.
- poor (part of speech: adjective)
- sensitive (part of speech: adjective)
- neglectful (part of speech: adjective)
- slovenly (part of speech: adjective)
- wet (part of speech: adjective)
unclean (part of speech: adjective)
- "The Million-Dollar Suitcase", Alice MacGowan Perry Newberry.
- "Father Payne", Arthur Christopher Benson.
- "Ronicky Doone", Max Brand.