(1) It is an immensely tough way of living but one which now, with over-grazing and an increasingly capricious climate, is beginning to look very vulnerable.(2) It is capricious and fickle, changing moods easily.(3) It is as if we, temperamental and capricious , have been having a stormy affair with aloof, indifferent El NiÔö£ÔûÆo.(4) Let us say that on a rare, windy day in Waterloo, someone leaves a copy of our beloved Imprint on a bench outside, completely at the mercy of the fickle, capricious wind.(5) The true gods are fickle and capricious and care little for the affairs of men, but the piper was different.(6) He can be so sweet sometimes, he's just very capricious and whimsical.(7) Exhausted and in constant pain, she had to contend with vast, unfathomable personality changes that made her capricious , indecisive, impatient and intolerant.(8) Luckily enough, ostriches are not capricious animals and easily adapt to the climate in Bulgaria.(9) It will be a difficult task as the ship has become overloaded, capricious and the ocean is tempestuous.(10) While the sprites that run the weather here are capricious , their temperaments are contained within some very strict limits.(11) Even those who have climbed in the Alps or the lower Himalayas, find it hard to understand the appeal of such a brutal and capricious mountain.(12) Nature is regarded as the provider of bounty, but also as wild, awesome and capricious , with unpredictable catastrophes, like floods and storms at sea.(13) In any event, I reserve the right to be arbitrary and capricious in choosing which comments to delete because they cross the line.(14) Ultimately, that's for the voters to decide, and recent history shows them to be a mercurial, at times capricious lot.(15) I miss her because she was capricious and unreliable, and because minis are the kind of car that make people smile.(16) I have a strange, queasy feeling that I can never impart to him about how capricious and arbitrary a regime like this can be.