capricious[ kuh-prish-uhs, -pree-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF capricious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAPRICIOUS
All is still on a colossal scale, but playful, capricious, phantasmagoric.
How noisy and romping the brook was; how capricious, how playful, how furtive!
Art is not dignified by being called whimsical--or capricious.
Your duty to your capricious brother, not to your father, you mean, Madam.
The rouge-et-noir player imagines that chance is not capricious.
So many women are capricious, breaking into odd flaws of passion or frivolity.
Of such a quality is the love of princes—vain, capricious, and wilful.
I bore his horrible humors, his mad, irritating, capricious temper.
The vine is a capricious grower and is particular as to soil and climate.
"It is a capricious kind of thing, after all, is your Irish fidelity," said Polly.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CAPRICIOUS
- far out
- off the wall
- out in left field
- way out