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Synonyms for dodgy

Synonyms for dodgy

of uncertain outcome

marked by skill in deception

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As well as the dodgy products, violations also included treatments, such as ear piercing, poor hygiene, ineffective sterilising equipment and inappropriate shaving equipment.
Nothingmore than a mess of dodgy scooters, steep hills and even dodgier boats.
Sophisticated packaging and labels on anything from alcohol to watches mean fakes are becoming increasingly hard to spot, while squeezed Brits' love of a bargain keeps dodgy dealers afloat.
Autoglass, who organised the poll, urged drivers to use "common sense" when given dodgy directions.
The banks that hold this debt could absorb the losses on sovereign debts, if it wasn't for the fact that these banks actually still have all the pre-collapse dodgy debts on the rest of their books.
And so while Sheree throws herself at the mercy of local traders in the hope she can get them all on board, Dominic sets about building a dossier on the dodgy builder responsible.
The plant has been referred to by green groups as "the sort of dud you get on a dodgy Arthur Daley car lot".
Dodgy date: Gemini, Sagittarius, Aquarius and Aries.
Here in Britain, Blair's former secretary of state for international development, Clare Short, claimed she and the British public had been "duped all along" by Blair's famously dodgy dossiers--a dupe being a "person who functions as the tool of another person or power.
Describing his pleasure in scamming clients with dodgy apartment conversions, Renton paraphrases one of Margaret Thatcher's most infamous proclamations: "There's no such thing as society.
So, like most people, I think it's dodgy that he now earns a small fortune renting out a house in Notting Hill while living in Downing Street and Chequers.
I, like most people in the country, view tax havens as dodgy.
SOUL legend Billy Ocean and Britpop band Dodgy are heading to Tyneside this summer as part of one of the country's biggest free summer festivals.
Mr Miliband intervened yesterday in the escalating row over alleged tax avoidance activities linked to HSBC's Swiss subsidiary by naming Lord Fink - under the cloak of parliamentary privilege - as one of the UK citizens listed as having an account at the bank's Geneva branch and accusing Mr Cameron of being "a dodgy Prime Minister surrounded by dodgy donors".
TgbTHE friendship between pop tunesmiths Dodgy and a Teesside ood cause is proving to e bigger than the both of hem.