Capriciousness [noun]

Definition of Capriciousness:

imbalance, inconstancy

Opposite/Antonyms of Capriciousness:

Sentence/Example of Capriciousness:

The NBA, spinning in a vicious, capricious cycle, would be better if it worked again.

There’s not much evidence that the women who eventually profited from Millar’s capricious bequest were even trying to compete — they just birthed a bunch of kids during that decade.

Investors may be capricious, but the market’s math is a stubborn thing.

This year has been one of the most uncertain and capricious years ever for eCommerce.

When Will Rodriguez-Kennedy ran to lead the San Diego County Democratic Party, he promised a new and less capricious system of prioritizing the various local races each election cycle.

Valeria, with her wonted capriciousness, veered round in defence of the institution that she had been just jeering at.

The Bay tree gives us a curious instance of the capriciousness of English plant names.

Their requests are granted or refused with absolute capriciousness.

But they are not full of it; it comes only now and then, with tantalizing capriciousness.

These gave the horse the reputation of capriciousness and unreliability.