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capricious
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capricious /kə'priʃəs/
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Concise Dictionary
-ɪʃəs
adj.
+changeable
+determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
whimsical, erratic, flighty, fickle, mercurial, unsteady, variable, unstable, wayward, unpredictable, undependable, changeable, impulsive, crotchety, quirky, unreliable, inconstant, fanciful, wanton:
His decisions are capricious and not based on sound judgement. The weather in March is capricious: as Mark Twain said, if you don't like it, just wait five minutes.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective (formal)
1 showing sudden changes in attitude or behaviour: a movie star who was capricious and difficult to please
2 changing suddenly and quickly: a capricious climate
capriciously adverb
capriciousness noun [U]


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