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Word of the Day 03/12/20 Caprice

Caprice (noun)
caprice [ kuh-prees ]


noun
1. a sudden, unpredictable change, as of one's mind or the weather.
2. a tendency to change one's mind without apparent or adequate motive; whimsicality; capriciousness: With the caprice of a despotic king, he alternated between kindness and cruelty.
3. Music. capriccio(def 1).

WORDS RELATED TO CAPRICE
whim, freak, crotchet, whimsy, fancy, peculiarity, rib, caper, humor, mood, vein, inconsistency, contrariety, jerk, quirk, perversity, impulse, gag, fad, vagary

SYNONYMS FOR CAPRICE
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1. vagary, notion, whim, fancy.

Origin: 1660–70; < French < Italian; see capriccio

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