- a capricious summer breeze
2. determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason
- a capricious refusal
- authoritarian rulers are frequently capricious
Sentences with capricious as an adjective:
- I almost died in a capricious winter storm.
- Stringent rulers are unlikely to act capriciously.
- The Mayor claimed that the action was reasonable, but in reality the action was arbitrary and capricious in nature.