Moreover, once Greendale is saved, they quickly call of their engagement further revealing its arbitrariness.
It likewise undertakes to guarantee the individual against partiality and arbitrariness in the administration of justice.
Without work, he would develop into a monster of caprice and arbitrariness.
Hence, the chief characteristic of landlord power, as felt by the tenant, is arbitrariness.
All law is supposed to be just, otherwise it is arbitrariness and not law.
The proceeding was arbitrary, but the arbitrariness was necessary.
It is needless to point out the arbitrariness of this comparison.
It is the comparison of the mores of different times and peoples which shows the arbitrariness and conventionality.
The arbitrariness of the modern map-maker is as bad as that of his predecessors.
The commonalty freed us from the orders and arbitrariness of individuals.
early 15c., "deciding by one's own discretion," from Old French arbitraire (14c.) or directly from Latin arbitrarius "depending on the will, uncertain," from arbiter (see arbiter). The original meaning gradually descended to "capricious" and "despotic" (1640s). Related: Arbitrarily; arbitrariness.