capriciousness definition

  • noun:
    • the caliber of becoming capricious.
    • the standard of becoming capricious; whimsicalness; unsteadiness of function or opinion: as, “great capriciousness of taste,” ; “the capriciousness of a sickly heart,”
    • Unsteadiness; liableness to unexpected modifications; irregularity: because, the capriciousness of lot of money.
    • the characteristic of acting unpredictably plus from whim or caprice than from explanation or judgment
    • the grade of being guided by abrupt volatile impulses
    • the caliber of becoming capricious.
    • The quality of becoming capricious; whimsicalness; unsteadiness of function or viewpoint: as, “great capriciousness of style,” ; “the capriciousness of a sickly heart,”
    • Unsteadiness; liableness to abrupt changes; irregularity: since, the capriciousness of lot of money.
    • the characteristic of acting unpredictably and much more from whim or caprice than from reason or judgment
    • the grade of being directed by sudden unstable impulses

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