arbitrary

[ ahr-bi-trer-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF arbitrary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARBITRARY

Why, she was called in the Institution, Harriet Beadle—an arbitrary name, of course.

I wish Society was not so arbitrary, I wish it was not so exacting—Bird, be quiet!'

He was arbitrary, but he was not so arbitrary as his instructions.

It is not an average of freight rates, but is an arbitrary figure.

"Justice is altogether an arbitrary, a relative phrase," Wrayson declared.

Many of the words were abbreviated, and there were some arbitrary signs.

Shaddai was no doubt a great prince, but he was an arbitrary despot.

It is, therefore, arbitrary not to recognize the right of the embryo to live.

We see that it follows no arbitrary rules of state or empire.

There were certain reasons why he thought it best not to be too arbitrary.

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