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**1.** * Arbitrary*: [adjective] existing or coming about seemingly at random or by chance or as a capricious and unreasonable act of will

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**2.** * Arbitrary* synonyms,

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**3.** Determined by chance, whim, or impulse, and not by necessity, reason, or principle: stopped at the first motel we passed, an * Arbitrary* choice.

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**4.** * Arbitrary* definition, subject to individual will or judgment without restriction; contingent solely upon one's discretion: an

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**5.** * Arbitrary*: having or showing a tendency to force one's will on others without any regard to fairness or necessity

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**6.** Something that's * Arbitrary* seems like it's chosen at random instead of following a consistent rule

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**7.** Team members would dislike their coach using a totally * Arbitrary* method to pick starting players.

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**8.** The term * Arbitrary* describes a course of action or a decision that is not based on reason or judgment but on personal will or discretion without regard to rules or standards.

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**9.** An * Arbitrary* decision is one made without regard for the facts and circumstances presented, and it connotes a disregard of the evidence.

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**10.** * Arbitrary* definition: If you describe an action, rule, or decision as

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**11.** Find 62 ways to say * Arbitrary*, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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**12.** * Arbitrary* - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums

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**13.** What does * Arbitrary* mean?

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**14.** Determined by chance, whim, or impulse, and not by necessity, reason, or principle: stopped at the first motel we passed, an * Arbitrary* choice

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**15.** Based on or subject to individual judgment or preference: The diet imposes overall calorie limits, but daily menus are **Arbitrary**

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**16.** * Arbitrary* generates random numbers, letters, words, and codes at the tap of a button

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**17.** There are * Arbitrary* arrests of citizens, especially in the south, as well as

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**18.** The LF-AWG is an * Arbitrary* waveform generator that creates precision audio signals with microhertz resolution

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**19.** The principle of foreseeability affords a measure of protection against * Arbitrary* interference by public authorities.

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**20.** In spite of the cold weather, we made an * Arbitrary* trip to the beach

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**21.** Because the group could not come to a decision on lunch, Katherine made an * Arbitrary* choice and ordered pizza

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**22.** 49 synonyms for * Arbitrary*: random, chance, optional, subjective, unreasonable, inconsistent, erratic

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**23.** When used in reference to a judge ’s ruling in a court case, * Arbitrary* means based on individual discretion rather than a fair application of the law

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**24.** For example, finding someone guilty of a crime simply because they have a beard would be an * Arbitrary* decision

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**25.** However, a discretionary decision is not always * Arbitrary*.

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**26.** In the vertical axis of this graph, * Arbitrary* unit is used to express approximate trend in the current–voltage characteristic of a generic field-effect transistor

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**27.** ‘This numbering system is an * Arbitrary* designation based on small amino acid sequence differences.’ ‘But Plato tells us that the ethical laws cannot be the

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**28.** ‘This numbering system is an * Arbitrary* designation based on small amino acid sequence differences.’ ‘But Plato tells us that the ethical laws cannot be the

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**29.** * Arbitrary* adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (ruler: autocratic in use of power) arbitrario/a adj adjetivo : Describe el sustantivo.

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**30.** The * Arbitrary* crate lets you construct

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**31.** Three-dimensional microfluidic channel with * Arbitrary* length and configuration fabricated inside glass by femtosecond laser direct writing

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**32.** * Arbitrary*: Determined by chance, whim, or impulse, and not by necessity, reason, or principle.

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**33.** Definition of * Arbitrary* in the

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**34.** What does * Arbitrary* mean? Information and translations of

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**35.** * Arbitrary* meaning, definition, what is

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**36.** Answer (1 of 6): The “* Arbitrary*” part means that the relationship between the form (the sounds / words / letters / characters) that we use have no natural/meaningful relationship with their meaning, therefore this relationship (between form and meaning) is said to be

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**37.** * Arbitrary* detention of funds from tax revenues owed to Palestinians as a dangerous step that constitutes a flagrant violation of international law, says Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Arab League Secretary General The League of Arab States has warned of the seriousness of the financial situation faced by the Palestinian Authority as a result of the recent

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**38.** Special rapporteur on freedom of expression and the Working Group on * Arbitrary* Detention have also raised concerns about the “alleged

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**39.** Answer (1 of 3): In mathematics, “* Arbitrary*” just means “for all.” We're putting a Universal quantification - Wikipedia on that variable

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**40.** Another way to say this would be “a+b=b+a for * Arbitrary* a,b.” Don’t confuse this with your “typical” math problem s

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**41.** [more * Arbitrary*; most

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**42.** An * Arbitrary* number has been assigned to each district

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**43.** For * Arbitrary* mappings, a separate component is required for every mapping individually, reducing the possibilities for interference between words represented by distinct components

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**44.** The difference between a free and an * Arbitrary* government is that in the former limits are assigned to those to whom the administration is

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**45.** The * Arbitrary* powers of officials Word Origin late Middle English (in the sense ‘dependent on one's will or pleasure, discretionary’): from Latin arbitrarius , from arbiter ‘judge, supreme ruler’, perhaps influenced by French arbitraire .

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**46.** Depending on will or discretion; not governed by any fixed rules; as, an * Arbitrary* decision; an

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**47.** * Arbitrary* power is most easily established on the ruins of liberty abused to licentiousness

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**48.** Despotic; absolute in power; having no external control; as, an **Arbitrary**

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**49.** The right to personal liberty is defined by Article 9 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which outlines the conditions that render detention * Arbitrary*, especially when: The grounds for the arrest are illegal

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**50.** But "alas," he concedes, "the ideology of * Arbitrary* centrism is blind to these trade offs." You may also like

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**51.** When used as adjectives, * Arbitrary* means based on individual discretion or judgment, whereas capricious means impulsive and unpredictable

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**52.** * Arbitrary* is also noun with the meaning: anything

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**53.** Check bellow for the other definitions of * Arbitrary* and

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**ARBITRARY** [ˈärbəˌtrerē]

ADJECTIVE

**arbitrary** (adjective)