dodginess


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dodginess

(ˈdɒdʒɪnəs)
n
informal the nature or characteristic of being dodgy
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Deception, Dishonesty and Dodginess of BJP leadership unmasked on FDI in Retail.
And I felt a certain fright and dodginess within myself.
Synonyms: Accuracy, authenticity, constancy, dependability, faithfulness, fidelity, honesty, loyalty, safety, security, solidity, solidness, soundness, steadfastness, sureness, trustability, trustworthiness Antonyms: Dodginess (chiefly British), unreliability Reliability engineering: The ability of a system or component to perform its required functions under stated conditions for a specified period of time.
His Dodginess claims he has a "strong, competent group of leaders behind me.
I think that all people who are aware know that all politicians, irrespective of which party they belong to, are dodgy, but when it comes to dodginess, Ed Miliband is pretty close to the top of the list.
No such dodginess this week however, as we once again experience the fine dining experience that is the Champions League.
One person is targeted as an example of the dodginess of current comedic culture, while the atmosphere of low-level laddish leeriness continues as a background hum - including on The Last Leg show, which blends admirable frank taboo-breaking around talking about disability with very few women guests and features including one that might as well have been called Let's Just Look at Sexy Shots of Lady Long Jumpers For a Bit.
His ostensible mission is to crack a secret society of apolitical baddies, called Quantum; their key player, Dominic Greene, is played by French character actor Mathieu Amalric, a man with humorously crazy eyes and teeth of quasi-British dodginess.
I even started going to watch Everton after our mid-80s peak and instead had to endure a decade of dodginess and then Walter Smith.