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extemporary

adjective ex·tem·po·rary \ik-ˈstem-pə-ˌrer-ē\

Definition of EXTEMPORARY

ex·tem·po·rar·i·ly \-ˌstem-pə-ˈrer-ə-lē\ adverb

Examples of EXTEMPORARY

  1. <caught red-handed, the would-be embezzler proceeded to give some extemporary and not very convincing explanations for her actions>

First Known Use of EXTEMPORARY

1596

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