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dicey

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdiceydic‧ey /ˈdaɪsi/ adjective informal  RISKslightly dangerous and uncertain The future looks pretty dicey for small businesses.
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diceyTaking the mountain road is always a bit dicey at this time of year.It's a dicey business though.Making films about sports stars is always dicey business.Just when everyone else was looking to ways to pull back from the dicey credit card business, Banc One Corp.The dicey part of my trip was still ahead.Parenting today is such a dicey proposition.It's too dicey to base this policy on what might happen in the coming year.
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