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  1. Evidence shows that the adjective capricious debuted about sixty years before caprice; it's likely, however, that both words derived via French from the Italian capriccio, which originally referred not to a sudden desire but to a sudden shudder of fear.
  2. adjective subject to, led by, or indicative of a sudden, odd notion or unpredictable change; erratic: He's such a capricious boss I never know how he'll react. Obsolete. fanciful or witty.
  3. capricious adjective unpredictable, variable, unstable, inconsistent, erratic, quirky, fickle, impulsive, mercurial, freakish, fitful, inconstant His wife's capricious mood swings were beginning to get him down. firm, determined, stable, constant, consistent, decisive, resolute, .
  4. The ideal of being independent from the capricious events of the world was obviously of great importance to a wide variety of early modern thinkers. From the Cambridge English Corpus Typically, when faced with apparently capricious .
  5. Capricious is an adjective to describe a person or thing that's impulsive and unpredictable, like a bride who suddenly leaves her groom standing at the wedding altar. You can criticize a fickle-minded person as capricious, but it could just as well describe quickly changing weather, as in " capricious spring storms.".
  6. capricious: adv., adj. unpredictable and subject to whim, often used to refer to judges and judicial decisions which do not follow the law, logic or proper trial procedure. A semi-polite way of saying a judge is inconsistent or erratic.
  7. Some common synonyms of capricious are fickle, inconstant, mercurial, and unstable. While all these words mean "lacking firmness or steadiness (as in purpose or devotion)," capricious suggests motivation by sudden whim or fancy and stresses unpredictability. an utterly capricious critic When can fickle be used instead of capricious?
  8. Another word for capricious. Find more ways to say capricious, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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