Capricious

Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior. Synonyms whimsical - wayward - fickle - freakish - crotchety ...
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Capricious

(adj) Capricious are the judicial decisions ,or orders which are not based on a structured rule, logic, provisions or established procedures and hence they are un predictable. The term is also used to qualify a judge who is inconsistent in his decisions
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capricious

[adj] - changeable 2. [adj] - determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason
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Capricious

• (a.) Governed or characterized by caprice; apt to change suddenly; freakish; whimsical; changeable.
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capricious

freakish adjective changeable; `a capricious summer breeze`; `freakish weather`
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Capricious

[cheese] Capricious is an aged goat`s milk cheese made by the Achadinha Cheese Company in Petaluma, California. It won `Best in Show` at the 2002 American Cheese Society awards. ...
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Capricious

Ca┬Ěpri'cious (kȧ*prĭsh'ŭs) adjective [ Confer French capricieux , Italian capriccioso .] Governed or characterized by caprice; apt to change suddenly; freakish; whimsical; changeable. ' Capricious poet.' Shak. ' Capricious humor.' Hugh Miller.
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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.
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capricious

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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capricious

determined by chance or impulse rather than by necessity
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capricious

determined by chance or impulse rather than by necessity
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capricious

determined by chance or impulse rather than by necessity
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capricious

determined by chance or impulse rather than by necessity
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capricious

determined by chance or impulse rather than by necessity
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Capricious

Unpredictable and subject to whim, often used to refer to judicial decisions which appear arbitrary.
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