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Choice’s posed portraits are complemented by a quartet of impromptu shots of protesters at odds with police officers.

On Tuesday, the school added an impromptu online class for students interested in the topic, covering hedge fund mechanics and what a short squeeze is.

There are no impromptu lunch outings when people work from home.

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The Locksleys and Diggs heard nothing through their impromptu workout, so Diggs headed home.

As they’re lighter than others, it’s easier to pull them out when there’s an impromptu mess to be cleared up.

One guy hams it up as Juliet, blonde wig and all, as a crowd gathers, delighted by the impromptu performance.

The funk legend treats unsuspecting concertgoers to an impromptu show.

On Tuesday, Logan pointed to a stained spot of concrete near two dumpsters where he gave Poindexter impromptu last rites.

Johnson gave an impromptu press conference during Hamer's speech, interrupting her televised testimony.

Kanye repeatedly stopped songs halfway through the opening hook to deliver speeches and start impromptu chants.

Gradually and imperceptibly the interlude melted into the soft opening minor chords of the Chopin Impromptu.

At one end, and acting as interlocutor for this impromptu minstrel show, - 50 -presides one of the best fellows in the world.

Hadria was playing some joyous impromptu, which seemed to express the very spirit of Freedom herself.

The impromptu Bombastes excited universal applause, and just at the end Wright ran in through the lavatory.

When we tired of sitting on deck we went down into the dining salon and slept on benches in impromptu manner.


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On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to impromptu, such as: offhand, spontaneous, unscripted, ad-lib, fake, and dashed off.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.