Extemporaneous



[ik-stem-puh-rey-nee-uh s] /ɪkˌstɛm pəˈreɪ ni əs/

adjective
1.
done, spoken, performed, etc., without special advance preparation; impromptu:
an extemporaneous speech.
2.
previously planned but delivered with the help of few or no notes:
extemporaneous lectures.
3.
speaking or performing with little or no advance preparation:
extemporaneous actors.
4.
made for the occasion, as a shelter.
/ɪkˌstɛmpəˈreɪnɪəs/
adjective
1.
spoken, performed, etc, without planning or preparation; impromptu; extempore
2.
done in a temporary manner; improvised
adj.

1650s (earlier extemporal, 1560s), from Medieval Latin extemporaneus, from Latin ex tempore (see extempore). Related: Extemporaneously.

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