Caprice
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) A whim; an abrupt change in feeling, opinion, or action, proceeding from some whim or fancy; a freak; a notion.

2. (v. i.) See Capriccio.

Greek
766. aselgeia -- licentiousness, wantonness
... 766 (from "brutal") -- properly, which and indulges in lawless insolence (wanton
caprice). [This is likewise the meaning of 766 in classical Greek (, 110).]. ...
//strongsnumbers.com/greek2/766.htm - 7k
Strong's Hebrew
8586. taalulim -- wantonness, caprice
... 8585b, 8586. taalulim. 8587 . wantonness, caprice. Transliteration: taalulim
Phonetic Spelling: (tah-al-ool') Short Definition: children. ...
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8394. tebunah -- an understanding
... feminine) tbuwnah {teb-oo-naw'}; or towbunah {to-boo-naw'}; from biyn; intelligence;
by implication, an argument; by extension, caprice -- discretion, reason ...
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Library

Justice and the Reason of Effects
... 294. On what shall man found the order of the world which he would govern? Shall
it be on the caprice of each individual? What confusion! ...
//christianbookshelf.org/pascal/pensees/section v justice and the.htm

But Origen Also, You Will Tell Us, in Composing his Work Called ...
... of Theodotion. How is this? You produce Origen sometimes for condemnation,
sometimes for imitation, at your own caprice. But can ...
/.../36 but origen also you.htm

No Soul Naturally Exempt from Dreams.
... that he used to withhold the power of visions and dreams from such as resorted to
his shrine for inspiration, it must lie at the will and caprice of the demons ...
/.../tertullian/a treatise on the soul/chapter xlix no soul naturally exempt.htm

The Meteor Shower (Preached at the Chapel Royal, St. James's, Nov. ...
... Terrible enough Nature looks to the savage, who thinks it crushes him from
mere caprice. More terrible still does Science make Nature ...
/.../kingsley/the water of life and other sermons/sermon xvi the meteor shower.htm

How There is no Reason which Can be Shown for the Selection of ...
... gods themselves in view when he says: "But, in truth, fortune rules in everything;
it renders all things famous or obscure, according to caprice rather than ...
//christianbookshelf.org/augustine/city of god/chapter 3 how there is no.htm

A Parable in a Miracle
... He supposed, no doubt, as he was bound to suppose, in the absence of any plain
knowledge, that it was a mere matter of accident, of caprice, of momentary ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture d/a parable in a miracle.htm

Meditation and Reflection.
... render an exact account either of the thoughts of her mind or the movements of her
heart, she acts without aim or motive, governed solely by the caprice of her ...
/.../serious hours of a young lady/chapter xviii meditation and reflection.htm

Impressive Phrases
... fancy, humor, vagary, and caprice [vagary = extravagant or erratic notion or action].
fashion, practise, habit, and usage. ... mood, temper, humor, and caprice. ...
/.../kleiser/fifteen thousand useful phrases/section iv impressive phrases.htm

The Love of Rameses
... "Have respect for thyself and indulge their caprice no more.". ... As thy caprice turned
from Siptah to me, let it return thee to Siptah once again. ...
//christianbookshelf.org/miller/the yoke/chapter xxv the love of.htm

Manuscript Testimony Shewn to be Overwhelmingly in Favour of These ...
... of the text: (3) to the licentiousness of individuals, adopting some of these
corrections and rejecting others, according to their own private caprice [167] . ...
/.../chapter vii manuscript testimony shewn.htm

Thesaurus
Caprice (3 Occurrences)
... 2. (vi) See Capriccio. Multi-Version Concordance Caprice (3 Occurrences). 2
Corinthians 1:17 Did I display any vacillation or caprice in this? ...
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Fancy (1 Occurrence)
... 3. (n.) An opinion or notion formed without much reflection; caprice; whim;
impression. 4. (n.) Inclination; liking, formed by caprice...
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Capricious (1 Occurrence)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (a.) Governed or characterized by caprice; apt to change
suddenly; freakish; whimsical; changeable. Multi-Version Concordance ...
/c/capricious.htm - 6k

Xerxes (24 Occurrences)
... He was finally murdered by his vizier and left an unenviable reputation for caprice
and cruelty. For the various Biblical references see AHASUERUS. ...
/x/xerxes.htm - 14k

Vacillating (1 Occurrence)
... wavering. Multi-Version Concordance Vacillating (1 Occurrence). 2 Corinthians
1:17 Did I display any vacillation or caprice in this? Or ...
/v/vacillating.htm - 6k

Vacillation (1 Occurrence)
... wavering. Multi-Version Concordance Vacillation (1 Occurrence). 2 Corinthians
1:17 Did I display any vacillation or caprice in this? Or ...
/v/vacillation.htm - 6k

Gales (1 Occurrence)
... ships, great as they are, and often driven along by strong gales, yet they can be
steered with a very small rudder in whichever direction the caprice of the ...
/g/gales.htm - 6k

Weighed (44 Occurrences)
... into private houses and carry off weak women as their prisoners--women who, weighed
down by the burden of their sins, are led by ever-changing caprice, (WEY NAS ...
/w/weighed.htm - 20k

Wrath (503 Occurrences)
... When used of God it is to be understood that there is the complete absence of that
caprice and unethical quality so prominent in the anger attributed to the ...
/w/wrath.htm - 50k

Worldly (25 Occurrences)
... in our relations with you. (WEY NIV). 2 Corinthians 1:17 Did I display any
vacillation or caprice in this? Or the purposes which I ...
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Concordance
Caprice (3 Occurrences)

2 Corinthians 1:17
Did I display any vacillation or caprice in this? Or the purposes which I form--do I form them on worldly principles, now crying "Yes, yes," and now "No, no"?
(WEY)

2 Timothy 3:6
Among them are included the men who make their way into private houses and carry off weak women as their prisoners--women who, weighed down by the burden of their sins, are led by ever-changing caprice,
(WEY)

James 3:4
So too with ships, great as they are, and often driven along by strong gales, yet they can be steered with a very small rudder in whichever direction the caprice of the man at the helm chooses.
(WEY)

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