The absurdity of North Korea now extends to its futile attempt to anticipate the whims of Mother Nature.
Many colleges hope that whims and intangibles will guide student decisions.
There is no middle ground in submitting our sacred rights to the whims of foreign tyrants.
Russia will always be my country and I will not subject myself to the whims of thugs and crooks.
Except the majority ruling makes clear the interests of those women simply don't matter as much as the whims of corporations.
Another of the whims of “Cobbler” Horn was his fondness for doing what his sister called “common” work.
I was so weak in that creature's hands, that I obeyed all her whims.
Our whims and caprices are discanted on with apparent earnestness of truth, and seeming sincerity of conviction.
He was so glad then that he had been indulgent to her whims and caprices.
The incident is characteristic both of Madame de Staël's moods and of the whims of the populace.