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shoddy

a yarn or fabric made from wool waste or clippings

Shoddy

Materials or standards of workmanship that are of a low quality; slang term for any inferior quality work.
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Smaller staffs lead to shoddier journalism, which leads to less trust.
The name given to one of British Leyland's shoddier incarnations, complete with even a faux wood stripe down the side, may turn out to be one of the best-selling cars in the world.
When Glamorgan had made 365 it was the biggest total that Nottinghamshire had conceded all season, and the pressure exerted on them told on ground fielding which became shoddier by the minute.
Wireless customers who call their provider and interact with an automated response system have markedly shoddier customer care experiences than those customers who are serviced by a live rep, according to the J.
Unfortunately, his efforts to alert them that they would be named were even shoddier than Mr Llwyd's - telling the House he had put notices on the board in the Members' room just before it closed at 10 o'clock the night before.
She had also crossed over from the private sector, and so she and Fishbein shared a disillusionment over how much shoddier and more chaotic the research culture was within the government, compared with industry.
Noon would like nothing better than to have another crack at Wales ( last season he and Newcastle colleague Mathew Tait were the England midfield and they had a torrid afternoon which cost Tait his place - one of Robinson's shoddier decisions.
As three catches went down and the Windies' ground fielding became shoddier than Frank Spencer's DIY, Ashley Giles, Matthew Hoggard and Harmison helped themselves to their highest Test scores.
They have a very rapid build process, and it's often a little shoddier.
Industrial workmanship is certainly worse than traditional workmanship, and is getting shoddier every day.