And largely unknown groups must never be capriciously favored, however much they might look like the enemy's enemy.
"Choose one for me," she said, capriciously, lying back and clasping her hands about her head.
He is hurt and angry that one of us could be so capriciously unjust to him.
Grass in luxuriant tufts, capriciously disposed, grew about in large patches.
The sky was cloudy, and the wind veered about capriciously to all the points of the compass.
A special thread, the foundation of the real net, is stretched across the area so capriciously circumscribed.
Lots were capriciously granted and as capriciously withdrawn.
She recovered, just as capriciously as she had lost, the use of her hands.
Barbara trifled with the chessmen, moving them capriciously here and there.
"Shan't answer any more questions," she said capriciously, but with hopeless decision.