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.
Recent Examples of dicey from the Web
Getting a voice assistant to hear and understand a command is still dicey under the best of circumstances.
But national security in Naples was a bit dicey at the time, and the king had decided to name his oldest surviving son heir in lieu of his grandson.
Before things get dicey, Cheryl, tipped off by Jughead, shows up with her bow and arrow to save her girl Toni (and Jughead).
For male comedians, broaching these subjects can be dicier, and audiences are less tolerant of misogynistic, objectifying or homophobic humor.
The trick is that the game requires both Leo and Vincent to agree on a strategy—which means the game freezes while the players argue about the best way to approach a dicey situation.
Sometimes generalizing is dicey, but everyone wants to avoid dry, itchy eyes.
Dampening the excitement just a tad, these self-driving cabs have a person sitting in the driver’s seat …just in case things get a dicey on the roads.
Still, fully interpreting that picture—and explaining the links Kable has noted between brain anatomy and risk—is 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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