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iffy

(ˈɪfi)
mod. marginally uncertain. Things are still sort of iffy, but we’ll know for sure in a few days.
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We also saw--yet again--that the iffiest element in puppetry is typically its dramaturgy.
In pics iffiest scene, his anger erupts into an attempted rape that shades into a bout of "Straw Dogs"-style rough sex that might shock some viewers.
By the time she left for HP in July 1999, he concludes, Lucent had a reputation for its willingness to float the biggest loans in the industry, and to float them to some of the iffiest credit risks.
24) This paragraph summarizes a worry that anyone ought to have about the plausibility of so-called "third-factor" accounts, of the sort developed on behalf of moral realism by David Enoch (2011) Taking Morality Seriously, Oxford: Oxford University Press; Knut Skarsaune (2010) "Darwin and Moral Realism: Survival of the Iffiest," Philosophical Studies 152: 229-43; Brosnan (2011: 60-62), and (on a certain interpretation) Wielenberg (2010).
On the other hand, Madonna's portrayal of cancer casualty Eva Peron is, once again, the iffiest prospect for a big category nod, seeing as how her performance was all lip-sync and voguing - and that the voters have seen too many of her real acting jobs.