a bit dicey

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a bit dicey

Carrying a certain degree of risk or danger; uncertain of a favorable outcome. This street looks a bit dicey, I think we should walk another way home. This merger deal could be a bit dicey for the company.
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She said: "Where things might get a bit dicey is if there are problems transposing radioactive isotopes across borders once we lose the Euratom agreements.
The castle is a brilliant setting for live music, but the sound can often be a bit dicey but this was the perfect genre of music to blast out.
Going out my gate is a bit dicey. My view is restricted on seeing what's coming from the right, and being downhill, the going rate is about 20mph for a person on a bike.
How's this for a slogan to attract tourists to Wales: "Our weather maybe be a bit dicey, but we don't have rats the size of cats."
It's probably just a testament to his scalpel-sharp performance on TV's naughtiest drama, Nip/Tuck, but the idea of meeting Julian McMahon on a street corner in Hollywood without a chaperone, even in broad daylight, seems a bit dicey. He's more than convincing as Dr.
America, the favorite long-haul destination for Brits, is looking a bit dicey on the security front, so peaceful Japan seems a good place to head.
A FEW THINGS ABOUT THE 2003 OUTLOOK ARE A BIT DICEY. FIRST, NO ONE KNOWS FOR sure when employment growth will turn around.
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"When the wickets started tumbling it got a bit dicey and I wondered would I get it," he said, donned in a cap with '435' emblazoned on it.