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capricious rate
(Adjective) subject to whim or passing fancies; distractable, caprice
Usage: Her capricious nature lead her to fail the test because she was unable to study due to the party going on next door the night before the test.

capricious rate
(Adult / Slang)
Subject to or led by caprice or whim.
Synonyms: changeable; eccentric; erratic; fickle; flighty; grasshopper-like; impulsive; inconsistent; inconstant; irresolute; moody; not to be pinned down; tergiversating; transient; unexpected; unpredictable; unreliable; wavering; wayward; whimsical.
capricious rate
(Adjective) Whimsical. Impulsive.
Usage: Sam was a very capricious drunk.

capricious rate
(Adjective) Free-spirited; impulsive
Usage: She had a capricious nature.

Capricious rate
(Adjective) vindictive, seeking out revenge, easily responding with violence or conflict, heartless, pitiless
Usage: The Old Testament God has been called capricious from time to time.

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