- extemporaneous; extempore.
Origin of extemporal
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Examples from the Web for extemporal
In such cases the "extemporal wit," or gagging of the comic actors, was indispensably necessary.A Book of the Play
This we see by an anecdote of Tarleton, the jester of Elizabeth, famed for his extemporal acting.Amenities of Literature
Sir Nathaniel, will you hear an extemporal epitaph on the death of the deer?Shakespeare's Lost Years in London, 1586-1592
Men of great genius had a passion for performing in these extemporal comedies.
But there were probably some secret aids in this singular art of Extemporal Comedy which the pride of the artist has concealed.