improvise

[ im-pruh-vahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF improvise

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In cloudy weather you can improvise a game on the dining-room table.

But best of all were the evenings when the Marquis chose to improvise.

We found out about your invention only at the last moment and therefore had to improvise.

The easiest stretcher for a scout to improvise is the coat stretcher.

And you shall see, too, what a lawyer-like defence I am able to improvise.

He could improvise elsewhere a home that would suffice for him.

This will not do,” said he; “we must improvise a better torch than this.

To improvise in the Italian language is an easy and a grateful task!

Thus, he had lost the key to its purport and had had to improvise one.

"Pretend you did," he whispered, and they continued to improvise.

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