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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But the party’s prospects for November are still dicey.
Some had small sample sizes (many with fewer than 40 participants), so their results are statistically dicey.
But Greenpeace says Rosatom's latest venture, the floating nuclear barge, is dicey.
When giant DC-10s go in to drop off some fire retardant in hopes of stopping a wildfire, sometimes things get a little dicey.
As national political headwinds make the 2018 midterms appear dicey for many Republicans across the country, political analysts say, Hogan is in an enviable position.
Trump's power with the base makes running afoul of him a very dicey proposition — so much so that Republicans rarely even try anymore.
And/but: The mounting opposition to Pompeo as Secretary of State is getting dicey in the Senate.
That's twice as big as the next-largest drop, from 1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. The quick moves can make things dicey for investors trying to time their trades.
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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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