improvisation

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Synonyms for improvisation

Synonyms for improvisation

something improvised

Synonyms for improvisation

a creation spoken or written or composed extemporaneously (without prior preparation)

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an unplanned expedient

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a performance given extempore without planning or preparation

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But the germ of Andrew of Padua, the Improvisatore is already to be found in Galt's Voyages and Travels of 1812.
The Improvisatore attracted no critical attention, but Beddoes's next volume, The Brides' Tragedy, published in 1822, got all the attention a young author could hope for.
An undergraduate student at his father's old Oxford college, Pembroke, he was already a published (if not yet well-known) poet; his outrageously lurid Gothic volume, The Improvisatore, had appeared in March.
And he wrote compulsively--poems, travel pieces, and novels, including a fictional autobiography titled The Improvisatore that won acc laim.
This improvisatore produced in her auditor not less surprise than admiration, when solemnly assured by its author, that this was the first time of its being repeated.