If you do, you will give him a slovenly carriage and habits, and lessen his zeal for the sport.
He lived in a large, stone house, kept in rather a slovenly manner.
The only "Indolence" we see has been devoted to the execution, for it is slovenly to a degree.
"No, I'll go out after that kicker," he said, ashamed of his slovenly work.
It has cost me very intense labour; and, whatever its faults may be, it is certainly not a slovenly performance.
There was already a look of slovenly age about his stooping bookworm's gait.
The yard itself was no longer strewn with tin cans and bits of paper, nor did the gate hang half-hinged in slovenly decrepitude.
It was a slovenly word, a makeshift for the hard broom of clean thought.
It has been the fashion, too, to say that he was slovenly, and careless in his dress.
In dress, although far from slovenly, he was by no means particular.