More than anything, they reflect our uneasiness with the modern world, its complexity, and often its capriciousness.
Their pages were in attendance to fill their pipes; and they were noted for the capriciousness and severity of their criticisms.
Nor is this capriciousness exclusively the attribute of the poetic Muse.
Substance as opposed to form, simplicity of mood as opposed to capriciousness, seem to be in broad lines their relative qualities.
“capriciousness, natural in her condition,” commented all, even Capitan Tiago.
capriciousness of taste in the birds themselves appears a more fitting explanation.
These gave the horse the reputation of capriciousness and unreliability.
The capriciousness of love is also derived by him from an attachment to some god in a former world.
And it was on this account and for Norman's sake that Lois put up with her capriciousness.
Here the monkey-tribe loses its capriciousness and brings fruit to the young munis after their bath.