Definition of risky

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1. Dangerous, involving risks.
Investing in this start-up company could be risky.
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Badeh said that a military operation would be risky. “The good news for parents is that we know where they are, although we cannot tell them,” he said.
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My business partner looked into the idea of opening another shop, but said it was too risky.
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“It’s too risky,” Liddon reasoned, “because I got you off in the Hardy case.
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Broadly speaking, both offensive and defensive moves are more risky if these conditions favor intense rivalry.
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Downloading software from Web sites and bulletin boards is risky behavior.
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Furthermore, gold has had a high standard deviation, suggesting that by itself it has been a risky investment.
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But you know silence is a great talent, and therefore incongruous for me, and secondly silence would be risky, anyway.
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However, it's risky to use two-digit dates.
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It'll be risky.
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It's use is also risky in that it is highly susceptible to the introduction of errors when editing SQL statements.
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