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adverb as in erratically

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And largely unknown groups must never be capriciously favored, however much they might look like the enemy's enemy.

It's the one thing life has capriciously refused me, perhaps because I never desired it intensely enough.

I might call it a stylish piece; take the Prelude as capriciously as you like; put all the effect you can into it.

The channel winds through these savanna borders capriciously.

But God capriciously decided he had other plans for her—insomuch as decreeing she was not to be let go then.

Except when she was capriciously seized with a fit of what she thought firmness, clamour or flattery were all-prevailing with her.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to capriciously, such as: carelessly, eccentrically, and unevenly.

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