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Examples of capricious in a Sentence"No, dice don’t have caprice either. And yes, the difference matters, and is profound, not semantic.
… every balloon voyage is a race between capricious winds and the amount of fuel on board.— Tom Morganthau, Newsweek, 29 Mar. 1999S
he is capricious, however, and is said to take bribes and wantonly peddle her influence from time to time.— Hunter S. Thompson, Rolling Stone, 15 Dec. 1994"
That was from Merriam Webster. The following is Cambridge dictionary.
likely to change, or reacting to a sudden desire or new idea:
We have had very capricious weather lately."
If wind and weather can be capricious, so can dice.