Involving or fraught with danger or risk: "an extremely dicey future on a brave new world of liquid nitrogen, tar, and smog” ( New Yorker). (adjective)
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Use "dicey" in a sentence
"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."