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arbitrary
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The Fountainhead
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  • It is an act of injustice—to every human being on earth whom you rob of the affection arbitrarily granted to one.
  • Her voice was dry and arbitrary.
  • We knew the arbitrary, unpredictable and unscrupulous character of our employer, but we took the chance, willing to sacrifice ourselves to our professional duty.
  • The freedom from arbitrary rules, for which Cameron had fought, the freedom that imposed a great new responsibility on the creative builder, became mere elimination of all effort, even the effort of mastering historical styles.

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  • It was an arbitrary decision.
  • The speed limit seems to be arbitrary. I can’t imagine why it is so slow.

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