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Synonyms for dicey

Synonyms for dicey

of uncertain outcome

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Whitty, Dicey, Craig Adamson and Jamie Simpson deny a charge of assisting an offender.
L'auteur reprend alors les approches de Dicey et de Rand et soutient que tous deux souscrivaient a l'idee de la legalite en tant que raison.
The key to understanding Dicey is the apparent truism that, born in 1835 and dying in 1922, he was, as one of his biographers has put it, a 'Victorian jurist', whose views were, it appears, essentially settled by the 1860s.
5 million River Rail project a few months from regular operation, parking on a stretch of President Clinton Avenue may be dicey.
The first couple of rounds are always a little bit dicey.
Dicey overheard much information about the British, and regularly sneaked through the woods to tell her brothers what she had learned.
But the gutsy actress revealed she only carried out the dicey moves after director Robert Rodriguez teased her about asking for a stunt woman.
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.
Organic foods continue to grow in popularity both in food shops and onpremise, but getting sufficient high-quality organic beverages is often dicey.
Dickey is back and as dicey as ever in his eighth book.
One word of caution: The area around the subway stop is dicey, to say the least, so keep your hand on your wallet until you get to rue des Rosiers, where the different antique markets are located.
In any case, the pricing dynamics alone make predicting the strength of the auto industry dicey at best.
Dicey Tillerman, barely a teen, is the oldest sister of three.
Everything in "Kin" starts with disorientation, introduced by a geographical displacement when Dicey comes to visit her cousin Kate.
Case in point -- a majority of the real estate sector cards chosen at random from two Rolodexes shared the title "director," From "senior managing director" to "senior executive managing director" to "director," determining who is above whom can be very dicey.