Crossword clues for risky
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Risky \Risk"y\, a.
Attended with risk or danger; hazardous. ``A risky matter.''
Generalization are always risky.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1825, from risk (n.) + -y (2). Riskful in same sense is from 1793. Related: Riskiness.
a. Dangerous, involving risks.
adj. involving risk or danger; "skydiving is a hazardous sport"; "extremely risky going out in the tide and fog"; "a venturesome journey in wintertime"; "a venturous enterprise" [syn: hazardous, venturesome, venturous]
not financially safe or secure; "a bad investment"; "high risk investments"; "anything that promises to pay too much can't help being risky"; "speculative business enterprises" [syn: bad, insecure, high-risk, speculative]
Risky is the fourth studio album by Japanese rock band B'z. "Risky" sold 314,770 copies in its first week and 1,695,900 copies in total. It is the band's first studio album to break the million mark.
Risky was also the first of two collaborations with engineer Jason Corsaro, who has also worked with artists such as Duran Duran, The Power Station and Madonna.
The album spawned two singles, " Easy Come, Easy Go!" and " Itoshii Hitoyo Good Night…."
The album also produced the band's first (and, to date, only) official music video collection, Film Risky.
Usage examples of "risky".
Whatever else Miss Bede is, she is no fool and only a fool would choose a risky venture over a comfortable future.
Disneyesque in their cuteness and whiskers Gus-Gus would have been proud of poked her nose out of the kitchen and contemplated crossing the risky expanse of carpet in the living area.
That was when he discovered just how risky venture capitalists considered cytokines to be.
I shuddered to think of the monster who was with me, but feeling that the situation was a risky one, And that I should have to make use of him, I compassionated him, praised his patriotism, and predicted that he would be set at liberty in a few days.
Offering a fake-O deal to a potential informant and then doing the jiggy with him qualified as risky in the extreme.
NSA-Navy operation, Carter knew he was going to have a great deal of explaining to do, particularly about why such a risky mission was launched in the first place.
Janny Maggs and Thick Mungo and Stadtsfesser Zeb, Pogo Nadgers and Zip Risky and the Traktiongrad Kid.
The job would take approximately two and a half days, not to mention immense amounts of power, and would most likely be risky given the interspatial energy discharges that were popping up with such frequency throughout the expanse between the Oghen system and the rift.
Going to the Spiral Peach Palace with an empty pedicab was risky, though.
Risky returned with a pitcher of water, which she poured into clay mugs, setting one before Wolfer, one before Savarin, and one before Michael.
No more risky than an ordinary scramjet flight, these days, and she could probably swing it.
Johnny, who had been her friend and protector when she had been the Nose, had told her he could cover for her, just up the vig on a couple of other clients, but it was risky and he had to have some payment, some sign of good faith.
The rest of the Tosevite empires were barbarous, yes, but their leaders had the sense to recognize that war was a risky business in which things could go wrong, and that both sides were liable to lose prisoners when things did go wrong.
This newfangled accounting seemed highly risky, and Mack thought investors needed to know about it.
Of all the risky journeys, that on an ambushed river is the most risky, in my judgment, and that risk has Jasper run.