Examples of dicey in a Sentence
Starting a business can be quite a dicey proposition.
The weather looks a little dicey this morning. I hope it doesn't rain.
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These Warriors have three healthy ones, with a rehabbing fourth probably ready to step in if things get dicey.
Then consider that Trump has had a very dicey relationship with the Bush family -- most notably his one-time 2016 primary opponent Jeb Bush and former President George H.W. Bush.
Also, these are dicey times for Facebook, which, of course, owns Instagram.
To ask whether a Spears-like reversal might happen regarding Carey—no more chuckling about New Year’s Eve 2016, maybe—is to edge into another dicey topic: believability.
In particular, comparisons of its results to the results of other studies (with different criteria) are, as its authors note, dicey.
President Trump's dicey efforts to insert himself into the Russia investigation continue to expand — both in number and in scope.
Yet blocking mergers to preserve political diversity gets dicey fast: Whose voices should be preserved?
Odor usually gets an A for effort, but his decision-making is often dicey.
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DICEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dicey for English Language Learners
: involving a chance that something bad or unpleasant could happen
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