Which preposition to use with captious

about Occurrences 2%

But I was too rejoiced both at the girl's departure and the matter of fact way in which Dicky took it to be captious about the language in which he couched the news of her going.

as Occurrences 1%

"Bless us, child, you are as captious as any thing.

at Occurrences 1%

One of these Gentlemen is very loud and captious at a Coffee-house which I frequent, and being in his Nature troubled with an Humour of Contradiction, though withal excessive Ignorant, he has found a way to indulge this Temper, go on in Idleness and Ignorance, and yet still give himself the Air of a very learned and knowing Man, by the Strength of his Pocket.

in Occurrences 1%

They hold the captious in awe.

of Occurrences 1%

* "TINTORETTO," says his biographer, "produced works in which the most captious of critics could not find a shade of defect.

to Occurrences 1%

They daily held meetings in private: then, instructed in their unruly designs, which they concocted apart from others, now no longer dissembling their arrogance, difficult of access, captious to all who conversed with them, they protracted the matter until the ides of May.

Which preposition to use with  captious