sloppy

Sloppy vs Sloppy - What's the difference?

sloppy | sloppy |


As adjectives the difference between sloppy and sloppy

is that sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop while sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop.

Reckless vs Sloppy - What's the difference?

reckless | sloppy |


As adjectives the difference between reckless and sloppy

is that reckless is careless or heedless; headstrong or rash while sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop.

Sloppy vs Dirty - What's the difference?

sloppy | dirty |


As adjectives the difference between sloppy and dirty

is that sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop while dirty is unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dirt or grime.

As an adverb dirty is

in a dirty manner.

As a verb dirty is

to make (something) dirty.

Sloppy vs Watery - What's the difference?

sloppy | watery |


As adjectives the difference between sloppy and watery

is that sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop while watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water.

Sloppy vs Sentimental - What's the difference?

sloppy | sentimental |


As adjectives the difference between sloppy and sentimental

is that sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop while sentimental is characterized by sentiment, sentimentality or excess emotion.

Sloppy vs Inefficient - What's the difference?

sloppy | inefficient |


As adjectives the difference between sloppy and inefficient

is that sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop while inefficient is inefficient.

Sloppy vs Maudlin - What's the difference?

sloppy | maudlin |


As adjectives the difference between sloppy and maudlin

is that sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop while maudlin is affectionate or sentimental in an effusive, tearful, or foolish manner, especially because of drunkenness.

As a noun maudlin is

(obsolete|christianity) the magdalene; (mary magdalene).

Drab vs Sloppy - What's the difference?

drab | sloppy | Related terms |

Drab is a related term of sloppy.


As a noun drab

is beadle, catchpole.

As an adjective sloppy is

very wet; covered in or composed of slop.

Thoughtless vs Sloppy - What's the difference?

thoughtless | sloppy | Related terms |

Thoughtless is a related term of sloppy.


As adjectives the difference between thoughtless and sloppy

is that thoughtless is marked by or showing lack of due thought or care; careless while sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop.

Dowdy vs Sloppy - What's the difference?

dowdy | sloppy | Synonyms |

Dowdy is a synonym of sloppy.


As adjectives the difference between dowdy and sloppy

is that dowdy is plain and unfashionable in style or dress while sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop.

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