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spoken, performed, or composed with little or no preparation or forethought

Synonyms for extemporary

with little or no preparation or forethought

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Project Coordinator Justine Ranson said: "The Harper Adams campus has extemporary examples of sustainable buildings.
He launched The Mark Bruce Company in 1991, and during his career he has choreographed and danced professionally in the UK and abroad, working with Rosas, Introdans, Extemporary Dance Theatre and DJazzex.
The broad spectrum of the sayyidi personality, which varied from extemporary piety and humanity to extreme violence and despotism, was colourfully refracted through the prism of Southeast Asian state formation.
The Canadian Chief Defence Staff, General Rick Hillier, presented Canadian Forces Unit Commendation to the Commanding Officer of the 1st Lieutenant Colonel Jonny Bourne, The citation for the award stressed the 'outstanding elan and extemporary combat skills of the Gurkhas, who have been bash in Kandahar Air Station as the Regional Battle Group for southern Afghanistan.
Navajas observes that nineteenth-century utopian thought becomes in Post Modern fiction a utopia recognized as "unrealizable and extemporary, not a collective paradise but merely an extraordinary ambit of individual meaning." (63) This Post Modern characteristic also pertains to Racionero's novel.
in such an order as they might naturally take in falling from the lips of an extemporary speaker ...
But for the children without a title, this extemporary feeling will soon cycle back into a life of restriction, violence, and harassment from Israel's regime.n Sousan Hammad, a Palestinian-American, is teaching English and freelanching in Ramallah, Palestine.CounterPunchGrowing up under occupation The children without a title
For Arab and African rulers, inured to Qadhafi's sudden turns and extemporary poses, not to mention his faux-Bedouin ways and bevy of female bodyguards, there is something oily and opportunist about the West's embrace of the Libyan colonel.
First, the conference boiled down to votes up or down on recommendations carefully crafted by the White House, with little extemporary discussion allowed.
Particularly important in the matter of proper Methodist instruction and practice is Marrant's brief but prideful approval of "one of the Negro boys" who had made great progress in the "exercise in extemporary prayer." This boy had progressed from the memorized prayers and catechisms to direct extemporaneous speaking.
Hawks tried to keep in touch through tries from Dan Smaje and Davies but with Woodrow's extemporary kicking, there was to be no way back.
(25) Here we not only have the wisdom of Holmes, but also of John Locke, who said, "[W]hoever has the Legislative or Supreme Power of any Common-wealth, is bound to govern by established standing laws, promulgated and known to the People, and not by Extemporary Decrees ....
[W]hoever has the Legislative or Supream Power of any Common-wealth, is bound to govern by establish'd standing Laws, promulgated and known to the People, and not by Extemporary Decrees; by indifferent and upright Judges, who are to decide Controversies by those Laws; And to imploy the force of the Community at home, only in the Execution of such Laws, or abroad to prevent or redress Foreign Injuries, and secure the Community from Inroads and Invasion.