Adjective(1) with little or no preparation or forethought
(1) The judgment says what it says, and we are not going to say anything extemporary which modifies what we have said in the judgment.(2) It reflects the fact that it is a December 22 extemporary judgment, perhaps.(3) The format must be manipulated and contrived to prevent anything extemporary or natural from happening on the screen.(4) It is said that he was the first to introduce extemporary praying in public worship, an important development which took place at this time.(5) These are contrasted with ideas that are merely ‘arbitrary, rationalistic, or willed’, based on extemporary polemics.(6) An extemporary campaign organised on an Internet discussion forum resulted in a flood of complaints to the news station.(7) David was a big man in every way, not only in stature but also in his ability to think broadly and to express his ideas brilliantly and extemporarily .(8) This was a point that was made extemporarily by my learned friend.
1. ad-lib ::
2. impromptu ::
3. offhanded ::
4. extempore ::
5. extemporaneous ::
6. offhand ::
7. off-the-cuff ::
8. unrehearsed ::
1. considered ::
2. premeditated ::
3. premeditative ::
4. prepared ::
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