Caprice and Thought

Caprice

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Caprice noun – A sudden impulsive and apparently unmotivated idea or action.
Usage example: an out-of-character caprice led him to take the day off from work and go to the beach

Thought and caprice are semantically related. in idea topic. In some cases you can use "Thought" instead a noun "Caprice", when it comes to topics like sudden change of behavior.
Nearby Word: capricious
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Thought

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Thought noun – Something imagined or pictured in the mind.
Usage example: I just had a thought: what if we both pitched in and bought him one big present instead of two smaller presents for his birthday?

Caprice and thought are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Caprice" instead a noun "Thought".
Nearby Words: thoughtful, thoughtless, thoughtfully, thoughtlessness, thoughtlessly
Synonyms for Thought
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