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- "Now, damn it—I'll break both our necks!" swore her capriciously passionate companion.1 — The Maiden (69% in)
- "Do you not think you are just a wee bit capricious, fitful, Tess?" he said, good-humouredly, as he spread a cushion for her on the stool, and seated himself in the settle beside her.4 — The Consequence (60% in)
- "Yes, perhaps I am capricious," she murmured.4 — The Consequence (60% in)
- "It is this," he continued, with capricious compunction.6 — The Convert (16% in)
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