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Synonyms for chancy

Synonyms for chancy

Synonyms for chancy

of uncertain outcome

subject to accident or chance or change

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Making Beatrice Chancy, Clarke's fifth book a play of mythical proportions.
Normally we think that just one of a set of chancy outcomes will occur, with the probabilities therefore indicating the outcomes' differing prospects of becoming actual.
Predicting interest rates is, of course, very chancy.
Though they've earned the best mounts, they've never been choosy, both willing to ride chancy claiming-level horses.
Despite making a rather chancy leap at the last, Bowen's seven-year-old breezed past the line with six lengths to spare from Ballycassidy (20-1), who was in seventh before the final fence but came from the clouds to fill the runner-up berth.
org) Grower Comms Mgr: Cal Chancy (cchancy@nationalpeanutboard.
Back at the Broadway proem of "Wife," Wright looked upon the "Grey Gardens" tuner as a chancy project.
Best Male Riding Performance Award: Lee Stephens's hat-trick at the Gelligaer Farmers on Silver Castle, Chancy Guy and Rostick.
Young Devereaux can be a bit chancy at his fences, but it was so foggy when he won at Ascot that no one could see.
Is historical writing about "mentalites" and emotions chancy, or does it have its place alongside consideration of "events"?
This makes achievement seem either too easy or too chancy.
Gingembre stamped himself as an improving performer as he swept clear in great style to defeat Chancy Charly in the D A D Novices' Chase.
05) looks to have Chancy Charly and Inch Rose to beat.
Life is chancy, a charmed sequence of things that happened, as opposed to the uncharmed sequence of things that might have happened but didn't.
It took a serious family meeting to decide to spend that much on such a chancy thing.