slatternly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s characteristic of or befitting a slut or slattern; used especially of women
- In Manhattan, Broadway's Shirley Booth, whose slatternly housewife in Come Back, Little Sheba was her first screen role, stumbled excitedly up the steps to the stage.
- The bubonic germ is a surly one that lives in slatternly wild creatures, insects, rodents and in the filthy shambles of great cities.
- Portrayed by both an actress (Mary Miller) and a dancer (Merle Park and, alternately, Sandra Conley), Duncan emerges as little more than a slatternly Bolshevik from San Francisco .