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spur–of–the–moment

adjective

Simple Definition of spur–of–the–moment

  • : done suddenly and without planning

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of spur–of–the–moment

  1. :  occurring or developing without premeditation :  hastily extemporized <a spur–of–the–moment decision>

1948

First Known Use of spur–of–the–moment

1948


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