capriciously

[adv] - unpredictably 2. [adv] - in a capricious manner
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capriciously

adverb unpredictably; `the weather has been freakishly variable`
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capriciously

adverb in a capricious manner; `there were Turk`s head lilies and patches of iris , islands of brilliant blue set capriciously in the green sea`
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capriciously

capricious, capriciousness, capriciously 1. Subject to, led by, or indicative of caprice or whim; erratic: 'She's such a capricious mother that I never know how she'll react when I tell I'm engaged.' 2. Characterized by or subject to whim; impulsive and unpredictable. To be capricious, as stated above, is to be governed by 'whim' or 'chance', 'to...
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