spur-of-the-moment


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Synonyms for spur-of-the-moment

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

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in response to an unforeseen need

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Ordinary Lies BBC1, 9pm Ensemble drama following the workers at a car showroom, revealing what happens when moments of desperation lead some of them into telling big lies - spur-of-the-moment deceptions that quickly spiral out of control.
CHOICE Jason Manford Ordinary Lies BBC1, 9pm Ensemble drama following the workers at a car showroom, revealing what happens when moments of desperation lead some of them into telling big lies - spur-of-the-moment deceptions that quickly spiral out of control.
A spur-of-the-moment road trip with an eccentric co-worker and newly befriended male boss, to confront her unsuspecting father, challenges Morgan to see that what matters.
Genera, who has used wheelchairs for three decades, says the launch of Accessible Dispatch, New York City's new way to book on-demand wheelchair-accessible taxis, allows him to attend spur-of-the-moment auditions in New York City while avoiding expensive parking and long driving commutes into the city.
Andrew Brown, of the Post Office, said: "After the recent washout, spur-of-the-moment winter sun bookings are more likely than ever.
The brutalities were not a brief spur-of-the-moment rage.
Eating trends such as the blurring of meals and snacks and increasingly informal., spur-of-the-moment, and customized eating all favor the food bar market.
But Davis suspects the troubled superstar is the only player in the game today who could make a spur-of-the-moment decision to quit.
We almost resent the cutesy resolution which suggests one selfless spur-of-the-moment act can atone for weeks of selfishness.
Magistrates in Manchester heard that her "spur-of-the-moment decision" to drive at night "could not have been more out of character" as she pleaded guilty to driving with excess alcohol.