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Example sentences for capricious

But in this changed behavior of the people there is nothing capricious or inconsistent.
There are just too many variables, and airlines are just too capricious to allow themselves to be outguessed.
Alaska weather is capricious, ranging from rainy and cold to sunny and hot ― sometimes all in the same day.
Welcome to the new, always changing, confusing and often capricious world of airline baggage policies.
If you want to talk about who is being more greedy, capricious, and needlesly confrontational- it would be the producers.
This war has proven as capricious in dealing out death as any other.
As your editorial notes, teachers must be safe from capricious or vague allegations based on politics or personality.
The climate system was a capricious beast, he said, and we were poking it with a sharp stick.
The film dissects the importance of luck and its capricious nature.
Many suitable candidates are also weeded out, the critics say, tripped up by simple-minded or capricious questions.
The fanboys, of course, are notoriously capricious - unscrupulous even - toward anyone who deigns to mess with their comic books.
Some are loving and good, while others are capricious or demanding.
But he is capricious and he fails to see how he comes across to the electorate.
Litigation is possible but unattractive because the courts are slow, capricious and open to corruption.
Because the aid they receive is such a capricious, volatile commodity, governments dare not make full use of it.
It concludes that the vagueness of this statement leaves it open to capricious enforcement.
It sounds simple enough, but in a world of ample ego and capricious sentiment, it is a maddeningly difficult balance to get right.
State-capitalist governments can be capricious, with scant regard for minority shareholders.
They must have the right to due process and not be subject to arbitrary and capricious firing.
It's a capricious quality that doesn't necessarily track with someone's charisma, intelligence or experience.
It is too semantically capricious, too dependent on intonation.
We survived off him as if he were a capricious and dangerous line of work.
These attempts to find and use evidence make the non-use of video replay a capricious rejection of technology.
It would be wise to avoid basing beliefs on capricious emotions and feelings alone.
If a capricious third party decides to sneak in extra apples every day, eventually he's going to upset the cycle.
Given the capricious nature of the fossil record, however, paleontologists did not have a complete record to investigate.
The situation is as capricious, the dialogue as sprightly and the settings as sinfully luxurious as they ought to be.
He is capricious in his affections and cool in extremely awkward situations.
Interesting stories often lie encoded in names that seem either capricious or misconstrued.
Affixing blame is nearly impossible with something as complex and capricious as the weather.
From their history they understand that the ocean can be capricious and cruel.
These are relatively infrequent diagnoses, but they seem highly capricious.
At any moment, a capricious ill wind could send everything up in flames.
They might win eight straight after losing six straight-that's how capricious the game has been for them.
Their life became more and more frivolous, capricious, and eccentric.
Capote's exclusions in certain cases seemed ruthless and capricious.
The lower end of the temperature scale is more capricious.
Where the agency's decision is supported by substantial evidence, it is not arbitrary and capricious.
The capricious nature of tornadoes, coupled with the devastating damage they leave in their wake, has made their study a priority.
But in this changed behaviour of the people there is nothing capricious or inconsistent.
What is administered is not law, but a kind of rude and capricious equity.

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