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unworkmanlike

Line breaks: un|work¦man¦like
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈwəːkmənlʌɪk
 
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Definition of unworkmanlike in English:

adjective

Badly done or made.
Example sentences
  • That error, one could infer, demonstrates unworkmanlike performance and led to excessive excavation.
  • No man ever came back to him and said, ‘Sir, you broke my neck in an unworkmanlike manner.’
  • In this case, the court held that the unworkmanlike application of waterproof membranes constituted an ‘event’ on each occasion that it occurred.

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