Definition of capricious in English:
Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior: a capricious and often brutal administration a capricious climate
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- It's an amusing idea, that even the harbingers of capitalism are subject to the ever-changing moods of capricious Mother Nature.
- It is capricious and fickle, changing moods easily.
- In any event, I reserve the right to be arbitrary and capricious in choosing which comments to delete because they cross the line.
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- We felt that we were asking them to abide by their standards, which were being executed capriciously.
- Neither has the tsunami anything in common with God's final judgement, as the tsunami killed and destroyed capriciously, without rhyme or reason.
- But can an Assembly be dissolved arbitrarily, capriciously, whimsically, at the absolute discretion of a Chief Minister?
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- As it was, this random capriciousness on his part ended up providing me with my main home address for the next 16 years.
- And I like to think there's still a little of that capriciousness to my choices.
- Y'know, I'm starting to be concerned at my own capriciousness.
Pronunciation: /kəˈpriSHəslē/ /kəˈprēSHəslē/adverb
Pronunciation: /kəˈpriSHisnəs/ /kəˈprēSHisnəs/noun
Words that rhyme with capriciousadventitious, Aloysius, ambitious, auspicious, avaricious, conspicuous, delicious, expeditious, factitious, fictitious, flagitious, judicious, lubricious, malicious, Mauritius, meretricious, nutritious, officious, pernicious, propitious, repetitious, seditious, siliceous, superstitious, suppositious, surreptitious, suspicious, vicious
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