ex·tem·po·re
[ik-stem-puh-ree]
ADVERB
1.
on the spur of the moment; without premeditation or preparation; offhand: Questions were asked extempore from the floor.
2.
without notes: to speak extempore.
3.
(of musical performance) by improvisation.
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