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    1. Indeed, in any party there is always one person who acts as a leader, although nobody can actually explain the reason why: in general, these persons are egocentric, frivolous and capricious

    2. capricious and malevolent with the majority of people

    3. if he is so capricious, what should our behaviour be like

    4. The most capricious of all Gods, he’d bring joy one minute, sheer terror the next:

    5. They would still, therefore, keep possession of the home market; and though a capricious man of fashion might sometimes prefer foreign wares, merely because they were foreign, to cheaper and better goods of the same kind that were made at home, this folly could, from the nature of things, extend to so few, that it could make no sensible impression upon the general employment of the people

    6. The capricious ambition of kings and ministers has not, during the present and the preceding century, been more fatal to the repose of Europe, than the impertinent jealousy of merchants and manufacturers

    7. An individual should never feel overly confident or complacent (over) his or her (―own‖) good fortune, but stand guard, rather, (over) its capricious designs

    8. They all understood, whatever their religious beliefs, including those who were not religious at all, for that matter, the inestimable value that religious principles imparted on the spiritual vitality of well-ordered society mindful of its eternal origins; and that true Wisdom was destined to achieve its loftiest expression(s) in the highest moral offices that properly instruct the Conscience of Men lest they fall prey to Tyranny or other capricious designs

    9. This procedure must remain wary, however, of arbitrary or capricious designs whenever, for example, civilian populations are (unintentionally) killed or property destroyed (collateral damage) that oftentimes occurs during times of war yet are properly understood (or should be) as contingencies of war whose (untimely) deaths or destruction otherwise fail to meet the standards of (purposeful) criminal intent

    10. Such thinking oftentimes resonates with radical religious viewpoints that have influenced Christian thinking in recent years; that is to say, have willfully misinterpreted the teachings of Christ in order to promote capricious notions of ―social justice‖ and other ―progressive‖ causes

    11. “subterraneous cathedral” with its capricious and dazzling formations of columns and drenches, stalactites and stalagmites that spread out in glorious disorder and make of that labyrinth a true fairy landscape

    12. It sounded as if the machine had let out a small chuckle as it ended its phrase, but Hilderich felt one could never be sure of the capricious machine

    13. He only hoped Amonas was indeed alive, and he had not been deceived by the capricious machine

    14. As a last resort, feeling it was the only thing he could do, powerless to act and indeed depended on an erratic, capricious and strange machine, he prayed to any and all that would heed his prayers

    15. And Man’s long-term insistence that part of his God’s nature was the capricious examples of it in the natural realm that Man had to contend with, was part of the confusion that Man himself had ritualized into his incorrect understanding, as was also indicated in Job’s story, that had led Man away from God’s real purpose concerning him

    16. Then as he tried to see its likeness in the forces of nature this duality was extended to these gods who were many times seen as capricious and needed sacrificial offerings to assuage the bad or evil side of their natures

    17. He can be so capricious, so it was all very fitting that he started it off

    18. The road occasionally left the river because of very marshy areas or to avoid some of the river’s more capricious meanderings

    19. He whimsical put forward a lot of plans at any time, the split-second in turn negative, capricious

    20. This removes the notion of arbitrary results of capricious and totally unpredictable fate – or of living in a Kafkaesque world where life occurrences and situations are totally bewildering, bizarre, or illogical

    21. capricious whim of a playful deity, but the expression of an ab-

    22. a growing hatred of winter and all it’s various capricious

    23. ” This legal conception served in many cases as a license for the capricious extortion of money from Jews…

    24. And lawyers will tell you the commonly used, two-word legal phrases applied to claims considered excessive or frivolous are “arbitrary and capricious,” for which they are “shocked and appalled

    25. To lose it to one man's capricious whim was not a pleasant experience

    26. She is capricious and conceited

    27. capricious where Rochelle was concerned

    28. I had mentally calculated all the variables, as well as the capricious non-variables

    29. working, Stokes was capricious, reckless, and oftentimes on a quest for

    30. The Christian god is a three headed monster; cruel, vengeful and capricious

    31. “There is nothing capricious in nature

    32. If you are willing to give in to the capricious spirit of the Enfield – he, not you, guides the journey – it will prove to be an enjoyable vehicle

    33. ” Yet another says, “A soon as man begins to obey whim of a capricious woman, God throws him in hell

    34. Endlessly reacting simply to the exigencies of the immediate now, either as emergency crisis response or as entrepreneurs capitalizing on panic, is to suffer under the capricious dictates of the tyrants that presently dominate is

    35. A variety of dishes overworks the stomach, induces capricious appetite and

    36. "I'll have a talk with him as soon as he gets over his capricious phase

    37. "Hafiz, do you honestly love me? Or are you just being capricious because you lost something that you've taken for granted all this time?" She interrogated

    38. “The pleasure is all mine, my capricious friend

    39. Mohini, ever capricious and deadly

    40. To spell it plainly, if crudely, my erections were becoming temperamental and capricious, not always reliable

    41. Simply because they were afraid of losing any more market share than they already had by their mistaken campaign to change a successful product that has stood the test of the capricious consumer market for over 50 years

    42. What Pyotr Petrovitch writes in this letter and what you and I have supposed may be mistaken, but you can't imagine, Dmitri Prokofitch, how moody and, so to say, capricious he is

    43. Sea of the brine of life and of unshovell'd yet always-ready graves, Howler and scooper of storms, capricious and dainty sea,

    44. Here one curses her and calls her capricious, fickle, and

    45. She felt excited and strange, and not knowing what else to do, followed a capricious impulse, and, withdrawing her hands, said petulantly, "I don't choose

    46. Old Hannah never wearied of concocting dainty dishes to tempt a capricious appetite, dropping tears as she worked, and from across the sea came little gifts and cheerful letters, seeming to bring breaths of warmth and fragrance from lands that know no winter

    47. Beside his taste for the fine arts, which Luigi had carried as far as he could in his solitude, he was given to alternating fits of sadness and enthusiasm, was often angry and capricious, and always sarcastic

    48. I am a very capricious being, and I should tell you that sometimes when I rise, or after my dinner, or in the middle of the night, I resolve on starting for some particular point, and away I go

    49. I had known, from the time when I could speak, that my sister, in her capricious and violent coercion, was unjust to me

    50. ' So the master of Monte Cristo gives himself airs befitting a great millionaire or a capricious beauty

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    Synonyme für "capricious"

    capricious impulsive whimsical freakish frivolous changeable fanciful erratic wayward uncertain