Definition of Extemporaneous. Meaning of Extemporaneous. Synonyms of Extemporaneous

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Definition of Extemporaneous

Extemporaneous
Extemporaneous Ex*tem`po*ra"ne*ous, a. [See Extempore.] Composed, performed, or uttered on the spur of the moment, or without previous study; unpremeditated; off-hand; extempore; extemporary; as, an extemporaneous address or production. -- Ex*tem`po*ra"ne*ous*ly, adv. -- Ex*tem`po*ra"ne*ous*ness,n.

Meaning of Extemporaneous from wikipedia

- Improvisation is the activity of making or doing something that you have not planned, using whatever you find.. Improvisation, in the performing arts is...
- Extemporaneous speaking, colloquially known as extemp, is a limited-preparation speech event based on research and original analysis. Extemporaneous speaking...
- Extemporaneous preaching is a style of preaching involving extensive preparation of all the sermon except for the precise wording. The topic, basic structure...
- International Extemporaneous Speaking (also called Foreign International Extemporaneous Speaking, and variously contracted to International Extemp, Foreign...
- Extemporaneous commentary (or extemp com for short) is a branch of normal extemporaneous speaking, an area of competition in high school forensics. Students...
- war Stephens made efforts to qualify his remarks, claiming they were extemporaneous, metaphorical, and intended to refer to public sentiment rather than...
- gradually departed from that Church. George Whitefield's preference for extemporaneous prayer rather than the fixed forms of prayer in the BCP, in addition...
- Extemporaneous, is a solo album by jazz pianist Freddie Redd recorded in 1977 and released on the Interplay label. Allmusic states, "This album from Interplay...
- The New York Times, many of Trump's statements on legal topics are "extemporaneous and resist conventional legal analysis," with some appearing "to betray...
- 2015. Retrieved July 24, 2015. Yes, I did think about it. It was not extemporaneous, neither was it planned. It evolved during the conduct of the flight...
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