Perfu'nctorily. adv. [perfunctoriè, Lat.] Carelesly; negligently.
His majesty casting his eye perfunctorily upon it, and believing it had been drawn by mature advice, no sooner received it, than he delivered it to the lord-keeper. Clarendon.
Whereas all logic is reducible to the four principal operations of the mind, the two first of these have been handled by Aristotle very perfunctorily; of the fourth he has said nothing at all. Baker's Reflection on Learning.