An impromptu plan arose: gather for coffee and brunch at Jeans-Jacques, then unfurl the banner.
This week, an impromptu parade gamboled through the town, which is home to less than 9,000 people.
His impromptu lyrics: “I loooove you grandmaaaa … how are youuuu … helloooo grandma.”
In place of the angry demonstrators were impromptu group discussions.
Soon after, an impromptu roadblock of armed men stopped her car.
I used to begin about a week ahead, and write out my impromptu, speech and get it by heart.
The speeches were impromptu; the characters and rôles were stereotyped.
The big sunken meadow on the verge of the Ramapo River was lined on two sides with impromptu sheds.
I bade him produce them, and invited the stranger to share our impromptu lunch.
The iron rod is set up in front of the doorway, a wick and oil are placed in the cup, and the impromptu lamp is lighted.
1660s (adv.), 1764 (adj.), from French impromptu (1650s), from Latin in promptu "in readiness," from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + promptu, ablative of promptus "readiness," from past participle of promere "to bring out," from pro- "before, forward, for" + emere "to obtain" (see exempt).