extemporary definition

  • adjective:
    • Spoken, done, or composed with little or no planning or forethought. See Synonyms at extemporaneous.
    • Extemporaneous.
    • Extemporaneous.
    • Made for the event; for the moment.
    • with little or no preparation or forethought
    • Spoken, done, or composed with little to no or no planning or forethought. See Synonyms at extemporaneous.
    • Extemporaneous.
    • Extemporaneous.
    • designed for the occasion; for the moment.
    • with little or no preparation or forethought
  • others:
    • Composed, performed, uttered, or used without earlier research or preparation: because, an extemporary sermon.
    • Made or acquired for the event or for today's function; extemporaneous.
    • Synonyms See extemporaneous.
    • Composed, performed, uttered, or applied without past research or planning: as, an extemporary sermon.
    • Made or procured for celebration or even for the present function; extemporaneous.
    • Synonyms See extemporaneous.

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