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improvise

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of improvise

  1. to perform, make, or do without preparation since the award was a complete surprise, I improvised an acceptance speech Synonyms of improvise ad-lib, clap (together or up), extemporize, fake Words Related to improvise concoct, contrive, cook (up), devise, fabricate, hatch, invent, make up, manufacture, think (up); cobble (together or up), dash (off) Near Antonyms of improvise arrange, lay, prepare, ready; consider, contemplate, ponder, study; exercise, practice (also practise), rehearse



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