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extempore

adverb or adjective ex·tem·po·re \ik-ˈstem-pə-(ˌ)rē\

Definition of EXTEMPORE

:  in an extemporaneous manner <speaking extempore>

Origin of EXTEMPORE

Latin ex tempore, from ex + tempore, abl. of tempus time
First Known Use: circa 1553

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