Highs are just as dicey as lows when it comes to the emotional life of a Sagittarius.
Maryann agreed to “step aside” and eventually accept a dicey divorce settlement, allowing for “voluntary” support from Carver.
If the U.S. loses to Germany and one of Portugal or Ghana get a win, however, things get dicey.
Whoever wins will inherit a secret legacy of dicey advisers and vanished cash.
Thus the administration is hit from all sides—at a moment in which it is trying to pursue its dicey diplomatic agenda.
Then go into the boat, and be ready to receive the ladies and women who will be sent into her, and take young dicey with you.
I should like to hear more of the story; but, I say, dicey, are you certain that it is true?
“I say, dicey, surely the doctor is not going in to fight these savage creatures,” whispered Peter.
Professor dicey gives an admirable exposition of the 'rule of law.'
You dicey, come on here, an' tromp on the other side o' this bedquilt till I h'ist yo' young marster up on to my shoulder.
Risky; perilous: African investment is dicey/ Updike indulged in many dicey curlicues/ the dicey art of writing a farce (1940s+ British)