It was her duty to see to it that she did not use it capriciously, for her own gratification.
"I have told you of one fault, now hear another," says she capriciously.
He was as capriciously selected as he was capriciously ejected by his friends.
He is hurt and angry that one of us could be so capriciously unjust to him.
She appeared to him to be pining "capriciously" when she became thin and neurotic.
The sky was cloudy, and the wind veered about capriciously to all the points of the compass.
Lots were capriciously granted and as capriciously withdrawn.
Barbara trifled with the chessmen, moving them capriciously here and there.
The Atlantic deals curiously and capriciously with reputations.
She recovered, just as capriciously as she had lost, the use of her hands.