Asked in Math and Arithmetic
Math and Arithmetic
What is an odd or capricious notion?
Asked in Court Procedure
Parentage test court order capricious or arbitrary?
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
Will a capricious person be liable to change his or her mind?
Yes. Capricious means fickle. A capricious person would want to buy a red shirt then in the middle of payment they would change their mind and want a blue shirt instead. Scientists have also discovered that a fickle or capricious person normally is an 'only' child and likes to have things their way.
Asked in Example Sentences
What is a sentence for the word capricious?
The drama critic was capricious in the way he bestowed blame or praise. The Lady of the Manor was haughty and capricious towards her servants. She thought she was an avante-garde leader in always setting new fashions, but to her acquaintances she was merely being capricious. The selection of Sarah Palin as John McCain's running mate seemed somewhat capricious to many. Answer The weather in New York City is capricious, especially in the springtime, with beach weather one day, and freezing rain the next. His girlfriend's capricious lifestyle annoys him to no end, as he is very set in his ways and hates any sort of change or inconsistency. Her schedule was completely capricious, so the only way someone could have known she'd be in that cafe at that time is if they followed her. Clearly he had not planned any of the robberies more than a few minutes in advance, and the police could not figure out how such a capricious criminal could manage to keep from getting caught.
Asked in History of England, Monarchy, Henry VIII
Who was the capricious English king who tired of five of his six wives?
Can you make a sentence with arbitrary and capricious?