slap-dash

slap-dash

mod. fast and careless. I wish you hadn’t done it in such a slap-dash fashion.
References in classic literature ?
Christian Young is all right though, Munster has a slap-dash style about him, and they do say old Nielsen was a crackerjack.
His was a slap-dash method, but the world has been built slap-dash, and the beauty of mountain and river and sunset may be but the varnish with which the unskilled artificer hides his joins.
That is why you see the governor almost everywhere inspecting projects all over the state, raising issues on work not done in line with the design or frowning at any attempt to shortchange the tax-payers through slap-dash jobs or structures of average workmanship.
The latest generation of cricket fans brought up on a diet of slap-dash T20 cricket cannot fathom in their wildest of dreams the aura that West Indies cricket enjoyed in the 1970s through to the early 90s when they dominated the world.
Look carefully at the decoration, if it seems slap-dash it is probably going to be an enhanced Victorian item of glass.
Turning the tables of today's impromptu 40-minute restaurant sessions, which comprise a quick drink and a slap-dash kind of meal, comes the 200-course set menu by London's Bompas & Parr (yes, that's 200, individual, dishes).
A local critic then judged the work the 'perfection of ugliness: undoubtedly a clever painting, though treated in a slap-dash manner, amounting to affectation'.
This double denial seemed less a refusal of art-historical categorization than a circumvention of any fixed material state in an aleatory, provisional insistence that no thing is its own apotheosis but that each is just a slap-dash by-product of something else.
Barbecued chicken sandwiches are a slap-dash dinner for a busy night.
Nonetheless, Childs argues that Richards "found himself systematizing and saying better many things that Graves said first in a rather haphazard and slap-dash way" (30), although like Empson, Richards avoids giving Graves his due credit.
Now the narrow streets here are filled with slap-dash skyscrapers, each facing each other.
Nowadays, seats can be booked in advance, so there's no scrum to grab a whole row so families can sit together, avoiding the awkward slap-dash fostering of someone else's dad who's become separated from his own herd.
They need looking after and you can't afford to go about things in a slap-dash way.
He rescued the slap-dash Samir Nasri after the midfielder was robbed by Jones, failed to track back and allowed the striker to shoot.
If the wages of sin is death, and the reward of the lowliest worker not enough to survive on without a complicated tax credits system, what price then low-grade, slip-shod, slap-dash, second-rate democratic representation?