One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she bought it on a whim’
impulse, urge, notion, fancy, whimsy, foible, idea, caprice, conceit, vagary, kink, megrim, crotchet, craze, fad, passion, inclination, bent
archaic freak, maggot, humour, whim-wham
2‘success depends upon something as arbitrary as human whim’
capriciousness, whimsy, caprice, volatility, fickleness, idiosyncrasy, eccentricity, unpredictability
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