Synonyms for impromptus

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I just 'opped about Saigong like a--jackdaw, picking up these impromptus.

There are four Impromptus and four Ballades, also four Scherzos.

How often have I hover'd at the edge of a crowd of them, to hear their repartees and impromptus!

For completeness and height, and for sudden surprise, this speech exceeds all impromptus on record.

Another remarkable question which I feel a wish to touch upon before closing this communication, is that of impromptus.

In our country we love to arrange these little effects, to have surprises, impromptus, events that are unexpected.

He astonished people at dinner by the impromptus he prepared at breakfast; in a word, he was a wit.

I suspect a good many “impromptus” could tell just such a story as the above.

The contents of Chopin's impromptus are of a more pleasing nature than those of the scherzos.

But, as he had already said: "Impromptus may be good money of the heart, but they are often the worst money of the head."