dodgy adjective \ˈdä-jē\
: false or dishonest
: causing a lack of trust or confidence
: in bad condition
chiefly British : requiring skill or care in handling or coping with
— dodg·i·ness \-nəs\ noun
Examples of DODGY
- The car's got a dodgy engine.
- They got into a dodgy situation.
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Related to DODGY
- catchy, delicate, difficult, tricky [chiefly British], hairy, knotty, nasty, prickly, problematic (also problematical), sensitive, spiny, sticky, thorny, ticklish, touchy, tough, tricksy
- artless, guileless, ingenuous, innocent, undesigning
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