from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Involving or fraught with danger or risk: "an extremely dicey future on a brave new world of liquid nitrogen, tar, and smog” ( New Yorker).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Fraught with danger.
- adj. Of uncertain, risky outcome.
- adj. Of doubtful or uncertain efficacy, provenance, etc.; dodgy.
- adj. Nauseating, rank.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of uncertain outcome; especially fraught with risk
And, speaking of copy centers, thanks for renting those storefronts in dicey neighborhoods.
Left to right: Toby, my crewboss; Louie, fellow treeplanter formerly of the Hungarian Olympic rowing team and despite any rumours you may have heard of him pulling knives in dicey moments at the bar, a really lovely gentleman; C.C., fellow treeplanter among many other things, who claims to have never logged any of the trees he’s planted but who knows people who have.
My sewing adventures are always a little dicey, which is why most of my fabric lies uncut and well out of harm's way.
Apple recalls dicey batteries p2pnet.net News:- Apple has more bad news batteries.
And, I used to live in Mexico City, in some allegedly "dicey" areas, but never gave crime a thought.
I have definitely been to "dicey" in alpine river environments trying to get to that one hole you were pretty sure no one had fished (for good reason).
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It's not unusual for artists with as much material as Elvis to have recorded songs that weren't released until later albums, so the chronology gets kind of dicey just tracking it from album to album.
Are you saying that it's more ... um ... "dicey" to send it by land as LTL with a moving company (that I would have to have a menaje if I sent it by land?)?
Now, what we are going to be seeing in terms of travel could be kind of dicey in a few places.