extempore[ ik-stem-puh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF extempore
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTEMPORE
In his discourses he was neither an extempore preacher, nor did he read.
It was that night Tony's extempore prayer was echoed so earnestly by his aunt.
All works of art should not be detached, but extempore performances.
Carpenters were at work converting the library into an extempore theatre.
And now Pastor Tappau began his prayer, extempore, as was the custom.
The smoked, extempore fireplace where a party cooked their fish.
It is not a natural gift, an extempore thing like authorship and song.
The prayer was extempore, and roused the girls to amazed attention.
In a few moments the doors opened and revealed an extempore stage.
Being strollers in the streets, we delight in this extempore illumination.