Related formsex·tem·po·rar·i·ly [ik-stem-puh-rair-uh-lee, -rer-] /ɪkˌstɛm pəˈrɛər ə li, -ˈrɛr-/, adverbex·tem·po·rar·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for extemporary
Robespierre, in a burst of extemporary energy, previously studied, has declared the country in danger.
The service commenced with a hymn, to which succeeded an extemporary prayer.American Notes for General Circulation|Charles Dickens
He wrote essays, squibs, and pamphlets for an extemporary support.Damon and Delia|William Godwin
The spinners celebrated their young master's return in the extemporary songs, so common among their countrywomen.Discipline|Mary Brunton
In delivering his lectures he trusted almost entirely to extemporary elocution.Life of Adam Smith|John Rae