adjective, dodg·i·er, dodg·i·est.
Examples from the Web for dodgy
For many workers, their time in Singapore involves an intricate web of deals, kickbacks, dodgy contracts, exploitation and abuse.
The very premise makes for a dodgy commercial undertaking, thus kudos to Anderson for venturing on it.T.E. Lawrence Rides Again in Scott Anderson’s New History|Melik Kaylan|August 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
China has been a leading source of dodgy carbon offsets used by the EU carbon trading scheme.
But unlike Gingrich, who was loaded for bear, Romney was still defensive, disingenuous, and dodgy.Paul Begala: Newt Rampages, Romney Folds in South Carolina Debate|Paul Begala|January 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He displayed “an attitude of complacency,” with one likening him to “a dodgy geezer.”
There was Scarfe, light and dodgy, ready for a run or a neat drop-kick from half-back.A Dog with a Bad Name|Talbot Baines Reed