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impromptu

adjective ad-lib, extemporaneous, immediate, improvised, makeshift, not arranged, not planned, offhand, off-the-cuff, spur-of the-moment, unprompted, unrehearsed
See also: impulsive, spontaneous, unexpected, unpremeditated
References in classic literature ?
Edna did not know when the Impromptu began or ended.
Both men, with a queer kind of impromptu fairness, took the same sort of formal farewell of the lady, and both jumped into the brisk little car.
I ought to have replied that it was not easy to give an impromptu answer to a question about appearances; that tastes mostly differ; and that beauty is of little consequence, or something of that sort.
Like other pointed things, it was not altogether impromptu.
The speech, a masterpiece of impromptu oratory, concluded with a temperate yet strongly urged protest against the reading of the papers discovered at Gleninch.
The evening was spent in smoking, with a little impromptu singing, accompanied by the guitar.
Tel: 029 2063 6464 Piano Impromptus Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, 1.
This disc offers an auspicious pairing of piano works by Schubert: four gentle and introspective impromptus followed by the darker and more angst-ridden B-flat major sonata.
Entering BAM's Howard Gilman Opera House for Sasha Waltz's Impromptus felt like landing on the moon.