[ UK /kɐpɹˈiːs/ ]
[ US /kəˈpɹis/ ]
  1. a sudden desire
    he bought it on an impulse
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How To Use caprice In A Sentence

  • Niece," said Don Inocencio gravely and sententiously, "when serious things have taken place, caprices are not called caprices, but by another name. Dona Perfecta
  • The $300 million palace was built to satisfy the caprice of one man.
  • I was feeling the exhaustion keenly - but not enough to make a complete ass of myself during choir, which inched by like a violist playing Paganini caprices.
  • Not by the wildest caprice of imagination was ‘a nation terrorized’ by McCarthy.
  • He was also able to draw on first-hand knowledge of the caprices of the writing life.
  • To capture the mystery, caprice and force of romantic love, the ancients conjured Cupid, a mischievous immortal in whose thrall we are wholly powerless.
  • The two men on the floor wrestled with Caprice, and Eoin lunged. 365 tomorrows » 2006 » December : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
  • But now, with Morgan's depiction of her caprices and attempts to outwit him, she suddenly sounds quite normal.
  • Not for them exactingness, caprice, the gay or grave analysis of love and lover: such moods charm alone in lovely women, and even in _them_ bring risks along. Browning's Heroines
  • Our whims and caprices are discanted on with apparent earnestness of truth, and seeming sincerity of conviction. The Drama
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