extemporize

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He could not read or write, but he was wise, And knew right smart how to extemporize.

Being a victim of the unforeseen, no choice remains to me; I must extemporize.

They could extemporize board and men, but how to raise the bits of ivory?

I used to learn the songs by heart and invent and extemporize tunes for them.

If you extemporize you can get much closer to your audience.

And that night, with such instruments as he could extemporize, he operated.

Psychologists, seeing that inference is a mental operation, often extemporize a theory of inference to the neglect of logic.

But national spirit could not extemporize a fleet, or produce trained officers and sailors to match the conquerors of Lepanto.

The small jelly-speck, which we call the amœba, has no organs save what it can extemporize as occasion arises.

Adrian had to extemporize, that the baronet had gone down to Wales on pressing business, and would be back in a week or so.

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