of uncertain outcome; especially fraught with risk;
"an extremely dicey future on a brave new world of liquid nitrogen, tar, and smog"
- It's a dicey situation for policymakers.
- The fog made driving a bit dicey.
- It is dicey for a president to talk about stock prices.
- Murphy put himself in a dicey situation by taking his company's money.
Fishermen and canners whose tenure is extremely dicey.出自： A. Blond