Definition of iffy
- to feel bad, not right or normal.
I'm feeling kind of iffy today.
That's kind of iffy.
Its pretty iffy.
- having doubts.
I'm not sure if I want to go; I'm a bit iffy about it.
It's pretty iffy if the event is going to happen.
Citation from "Chapter 9", Eastbound & Down (TV), Season 2 Episode 3 (2010) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- See more words with the same meaning: suspicious, immoral, illegal.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'suspicious, immoral, illegal':
|Definitions include: to be suspicious.|
|Definitions include: related to immorality or illegality.|
|Definitions include: suspicious; "shady".|
|Definitions include: to recline, as in a reclining chair.|
|Definitions include: sketch + balls, i.e. "very sketchy".|
|Definitions include: deceitful, untrustworthy.|
|Definitions include: "shitty".|
|Definitions include: of questionable character, strange.|
Slang terms with the same root words
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|Definitions include: something bigger than usual.|
|Definitions include: figuratively, something that enables an achievement.|
|Definitions include: a row of needle marks on a person.|
|Definitions include: overly formal, conservative.|
|Definitions include: Absolutely nothing.|
|Definitions include: "business".|
|Definitions include: good; pleasing.|
|Definitions include: to listen to your music loudly in your car.|
|Definitions include: anticipatory, passive/aggressive compensating strategy, adopted exclusively by opponents of Scottish independence, amounting to an unprompted, vigorous assertion of (often extreme or hysterical) patriotism.|
|Definitions include: Information.|
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