improv[ im-prov ]SEE DEFINITION OF improv
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPROV
And, above all, let them be improv'd; by no means let them lose in the Repetition.
It is certain, Virgil is much indebted to him, tho' he has much improv'd his Manner.
John Andrews tells the story of the school boys who, in the phrase of the day, "improv'd" the coast on School Street.
The blooming boy, who left his image in my young heart, is at four and twenty improv'd in every grace that fix'd him there.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMPROV
- ad hoc
- by ear
- on impulse
- toss off
- toss out
- winging it