caprice[ kuh-prees ]SEE DEFINITION OF caprice
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I cannot give any reason but caprice for quitting this ship.
It was caprice that took me from the Silvie de Grasse, and put me in her sister-liner.
The devotion of Mr Sparkler was only to be equalled by the caprice and cruelty of his enslaver.
It is better to be torn to pieces at a spring, than to be a mouse at the caprice of such a cat.'
But every one now knows that La Tonietta's caprice is Dario.
Why should we cultivate talents merely to gratify the caprice of tyrants?
But this was done for no known reason but the caprice of the draughtsman.
Her caprice, whether in private or public, was altogether unrestrained.
It's just as likely, perhaps, to be some caprice,—some passing fancy.
Margot—it was the caprice of the moment—presented me to the society as her cousin.