- extemporaneous; extempore.
- Obsolete. sudden; unexpected.
Origin of extemporary
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Examples from the Web for extemporary
He wrote essays, squibs, and pamphlets for an extemporary support.Damon and Delia
You are independent of your mood, on which the extemporary preacher has to lean so much.The Young Priest's Keepsake
They sat as still and attentive around him, as though before an extemporary preacher.Henry Brocken
Walter J. de la Mare
What seemed to be an effort to celebrate his achievements in extemporary verse brought on another fit.Hyacinth
George A. Birmingham
Mr. Cartwright began, almost in a whisper, to utter his extemporary prayer.The Vicar of Wrexhill
Mrs [Frances] Trollope