|Noah Webster's 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.
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)