Before the establishment of labor unions, a worker could be discharged at the caprice of any manager.
Despite North Korea's record of caprice and outright deceit, this is a good deal for America.
But the Red Sea is full of caprice, and often boisterous, like most long and narrow gulfs.
Well, you're not getting cake right now, caprice?
Kinder, Varys said. Oh, well and truly spoken, Grand Maester. It is so true. Should the gods in their caprice grant Daenerys Targaryen a son, the realm must bleed.
I have first of all considered mankind; and the result of my thoughts has been, that amidst such an infinite diversity of laws and manners, they were not solely conducted by the caprice of fancy.
If I burden myself with a little helpmate during my adventures, this is not out of sentiment or caprice, it is that he has many fine qualities of his own, that he has overlooked in his obsession with me.