Definitions for "Arbitrary"
Depending on will or discretion; not governed by any fixed rules; as, an arbitrary decision; an arbitrary punishment.
Exercised according to one's own will or caprice, and therefore conveying a notion of a tendency to abuse the possession of power.
In an unreasonable manner, as fixed or done capriciously or at pleasure, without adequate determining principle.
Term used to describe the non-universal differing ways that different languages handle representation and rules. For example, human beings do not by genetic necessity have a common term for 'dog' or a common way of forming plurality; arbitrary forms develop within separate speech communities. Spanish has a bilabial fricative sound in its phonology, but English doesn't. French and Spanish place most adjectives after a noun, but English has pre-modifier word order.
Despotic; absolute in power; bound by no law; harsh and unforbearing; tyrannical; as, an arbitrary prince or government.
an order or command introduced into the group in an effort to lay aside certain harm which may befall the group or in an effort to get through a period of emergency and foreshortened time for a certain action
a claim put forth in the absence of any evidence of any sort, perceptual or conceptual
Keywords:  fanciful, see
see "arbitrary or fanciful"
an additional charge for delivering a shipment to a location that is difficult to service