Capricious – Word of the Day for IELTS Speaking And Writing

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Capricious – Word of the Day for IELTS Speaking And Writing

Capricious (adj) /kəˈprɪʃəs/

Definition : showing sudden changes in attitude or behaviour; changing suddenly and quickly

Synonyms : random, inconsistent, arbitrary, unpredictable

Antonyms : consistent, reasonable

Examples :

  • Jonas proves to be more capricious and ill-tempered than we expected with all of his unreasonable demands and critical attitude.
  • The capricious weather spoiled our plan to discover the isolated island due to safety reason.
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Bear in mind that a proper grasp of vocabulary is especially important for the IELTS test because it makes up 25% of your mark in IELTS writing and speaking, and also plays an essential role in IELTS Listening & Writing.

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