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Impromptu

adv. / a.

1) Offhand; without previous study; extemporaneous; extempore; as, an impromptu verse.

noun

1) Something made or done offhand, at the moment, or without previous study; an extemporaneous composition, address, or remark.

2) A piece composed or played at first thought; a composition in the style of an extempore piece.

Example Sentences for

Impromptu

1) The Impromptu concert is broken up by the police
2) “She doesn’t deserve fairness,” said a square-faced, burly man with a lazy eye, who seemed to have proclaimed himself the leader of this Impromptu group.
3) So he sweated and fired up and watched the glass fearfully (with an Impromptu charm, made of rags, tied to his arm, and a piece of polished bone, as big as a watch, stuck flatways through his lower lip), while the wooded banks slipped past us slowly, the short noise was left behind, the interminable miles of silence—and we crept on, towards Kurtz
4) “She doesn’t deserve fairness,” said a square-faced, burly man with a lazy eye, who seemed to have proclaimed himself the leader of this Impromptu group.
5) Then an Impromptu square dance, the men devising original figures.
6) Then an Impromptu square dance, the men devising original figures.