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extemporaneously

[ ik-stem-puh-rey-nee-uhs-lee ]
/ ɪkˌstɛm pəˈreɪ ni əs li /
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adverb
with little or no advance preparation:The preacher’s Sunday sermons were delivered extemporaneously, with seldom more than a one page outline before him.Those of you who have attended an improvisation workshop have experience speaking extemporaneously, or off the cuff.
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