adjective, if·fi·er, if·fi·est. Informal.
full of unresolved points or questions: an iffy situation.
doubtful; questionable: An early decision on this is iffy.
Origin of iffy
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Related Words for iffiestcapricious, chancy, conditional, dicey, doubtful, erratic, incalculable, problematic, undecided, unpredictable, unsettled, whimsical, fluctuant
adjective iffier or iffiest
informal uncertain or subject to contingencythis scheme sounds a bit iffy
Word Origin for iffy
C20: from if + -y 1
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