extemporary[ ik-stem-puh-rer-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF extemporary
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTEMPORARY
He wrote essays, squibs, and pamphlets for an extemporary support.
You are independent of your mood, on which the extemporary preacher has to lean so much.
They sat as still and attentive around him, as though before an extemporary preacher.
What seemed to be an effort to celebrate his achievements in extemporary verse brought on another fit.
Mr. Cartwright began, almost in a whisper, to utter his extemporary prayer.
The extemporary character of their contrivance and expedients, is sufficiently apparent.
The consequence was, just as I was getting over the embarrassment of extemporary oration, down came the sash and guillotined me.
The spinners celebrated their young master's return in the extemporary songs, so common among their countrywomen.
The service commenced with a hymn, to which succeeded an extemporary prayer.
The mystery seems explained by a supposition that his talent lay in extemporary declamation.