It was chancy , but even Brenda knew that taking risks was all part of the fun of living one's life.
The natural souring of unpasteurized milk is a chancy business.
Intervening on behalf of democracy is chancy enough.
When the construct is killed, reconnecting my consciousness with my body is a very chancy business.
J. K. Galbraith pointed out a long time ago that the smartest businesspeople abhor true competition - it's much too expensive and chancy - far better to monopolise the market for public services and pocket all the profits.
But intelligence-gathering has always been a chancy business.
The restoration to favour of forgotten books and authors is always a chancy business.
Predicting tomorrow's weather is chancy business, let alone a five-day forecast.
It brought home to me what I already knew - that going tench fishing with only one or two bait options could be a chancy business.
‘That's clumsy, chancy and too dangerous for Bannon to try,’ Cole said flatly, ‘my employer isn't that stupid.’