Mary coyly extemporizes
, inquiring after a mutual friend.
In Wolf Whistle, the original song's blue pig is displaced by Bo Peep's lost sheep while the other lyrics remain the same, an improvisation that extemporizes
on the sacrificial lamb vocabulary that permeated civil-rights era discussion of Emmett Till's death.
And Time extemporizes
Down, down the incline of a shore.
I take the king to be the subject of both verbs in a compound sentence that extemporizes
on the form exemplified by, for example:
Design of a restaurant in a popular Darwin nature reserve makes the most of an extraordinary site and extemporizes
on its potent history.