extemporaneous[ ik-stem-puh-rey-nee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF extemporaneous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTEMPORANEOUS
Ever try to tear off a lot of extemporaneous lies, twenty to the minute?
This is according to the experience of all extemporaneous speakers.
It was an extemporaneous prayer; but it lacked no detail on that account.
There was no fear of the extemporaneous, of variety spicing her infinite custom.
How does the impromptu remark often differ from the extemporaneous?
Mr. Badger was beautifully gifted with extemporaneous powers.
This brings tablets into the category of extemporaneous preparations.
This was quite an extemporaneous method of selling an estate.
Is that extemporaneous, or ready cut, for every woman who takes off her veil to you?
They are all extemporaneous productions, nor has any one a single alteration.