- adj. alternative spelling of dicey.
“What did YOU do? wrap Israel flag around your dicy and jerk off to the images of Palestinian children brutally murdered by Israeli scumbags?”
“BO needs to go on the attack but i am hoping his lack of aggression is apart of the campaign's tactic to wait until after the convention to go in attack mode, but right now, its getting dicy and i am starting to worry just a bit.”
“Well its coming down to the end now, so its going to get more dicy.”
“I'm at a hotel, and to add insult to injury, the internet connection is very, very dicy.”
“Also it's your interpretation of a translation of a translation of that revealed knowledge, which, I might add, many believe was not revealed at all, but constructed for political reasons by some canny guys who were a bit desperate when their political situation was getting dicy, but we'll let that pass for now.”
“To me he was at his really greatest when things were pretty bad; when things were pretty dicy.”
“Given Egypt's reliance on US aid and the prospect of a dicy leadership transition as President Mubarak seeks to turn power over to his son, Iran may discover that”
“The amount a ski crampon is designed to pentrate is a dicy compromise.”
“To get the PNY attache to work in the DVP-5982 was dicy.”
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