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dodgy (adj.)

"evasive, artful, cunning," 1855, from dodge (n.) + -y (2). Hence, "unreliable, potentially dangerous." Related: Dodgily; dodginess.

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Definitions of dodgy from WordNet

dodgy (adj.)
of uncertain outcome; especially fraught with risk; "an extremely dicey future on a brave new world of liquid nitrogen, tar, and smog"- New Yorker;
Synonyms: chancy / chanceful / dicey
dodgy (adj.)
marked by skill in deception;
Synonyms: crafty / cunning / foxy / guileful / knavish / slick / sly / tricksy / tricky / wily
From wordnet.princeton.edu