riskily


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risk·y

 (rĭs′kē)
adj. risk·i·er, risk·i·est
Accompanied by or involving risk or danger; hazardous.

risk′i·ly adv.
risk′i·ness n.
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Adv.1.riskily - in a dangerously risky manner; "he lost the game by playing too riskily"
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