- shoddy + -ly (Wiktionary)
“At the inquiry into his death, NHS Fife was accused by the Crown of acting "shoddily" - which I suspect may yet prove the understatement of the year.”
“Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana has denied reports that labour legislation affecting labour broking and other issues was "shoddily" written.”
“The BP 583-page disaster response document had been so shoddily put together that it included the telephone number of an expert on sea turtles who died in 2005 and identified saving walruses (which do not live in the Gulf!).”
“My experience is that academics (nearly as much as students) think shoddily about this issue.”
“Officer John Cooper's now hooked on prescription painkillers, and the charismatic Michael Cudlitz deserves a fresher subplot than this one, which feels like a shoddily reconstructed House.”
“It appears shoddily constructed, the authors abandon half their measurement instruments without much explanation, and one of the authors just happens to be the editor of the journal in question.”
“Not just his statements, ideology, and conspiracy theories: the man himself is physically a shoddily made earthenware crock of steaming goat excrement.”
“But I think a lot of people are buying overpriced shoddily-built inconvenient homes, and telling themselves at least they got a decent yard.”
“I suppose it amazes me that he gets paid at all for work that is this poorly researched and shoddily produced.”
“While it true that China has more Gantry Cranes, Container Cranes, and Tower Cranes than any nation on earth, the tools of choice for the people down below, for the shoddily clad Chinese laborers wearing the straw cooley hats, are still predominantly the old classics, the pick and the shovel, the hammer and the hand auger.”
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