ANTONYMS FOR extemporaneous
THINK YOU’VE GOT A HANDLE ON THIS US STATE NICKNAME QUIZ?
Origin of extemporaneous
synonym study for extemporaneous
OTHER WORDS FROM extemporaneousex·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ly, adverbex·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ness, ex·tem·po·ra·ne·i·ty [ik-stem-puh-ruh-nee-i-tee], /ɪkˌstɛm pə rəˈni ɪ ti/, noun
Example sentences from the Web for extemporaneous
I decided to speak extemporaneously rather than deliver what I prepared.
The first is the obvious fact that Joe Biden's feet seem almost inexorably drawn to his mouth when he speaks extemporaneously.
For one thing, when he speaks extemporaneously, he pauses frequently and often says “uh.”Obama’s Debate Performance: How Twitter Has Done Us Wrong|Richard Just|October 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Though Daisey works from notes during every performance, he prefers to work extemporaneously rather than with a script.Mike Daisey: The Man Who Outed Apple’s Abysmal Labor Practices in China|Jacob Bernstein|March 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He prefers to run on instinct, to follow his interests, to speak extemporaneously.
His sentences, although uttered extemporaneously, are invariably well finished and scholarly.
Watch him: he preaches extemporaneously, but often peers up and winks, and often looks down at his bible and squeezes his eyes.
He spoke extemporaneously as indeed do all the Elders of Israel.The Life of John Taylor|B. H. Roberts
This does not form one body with the rest of the frame, but is attached extemporaneously to it by bars and wedged bolts.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
It is a discussion of a number of very vital subjects in the free form of extemporaneously spoken words.The New Freedom|Woodrow Wilson