extemporaneous


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extemporaneous

, extemporary
spoken, performed, etc., without planning or preparation; impromptu; extempore
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Hardly anything does more damage, in more cases, to the cause of effective persuasion than this stubborn insistence on extemporaneous speech.
READ: Country's first landport ready to rollDuterte, known for his long-winded off-script speeches, kept his address on Monday afternoon brief, and his extemporaneous comments to a minimum.
In addition, leadership contestants demonstrated their skills, which included extemporaneous speaking and conducting meetings by parliamentary procedure.
'I hereby unreservedly apologise for the hurt I may have caused and withdraw the offensive references in that extemporaneous speech,' he said.
The lessons explain the human condition with the extemporaneous tone of the teacher's expository speech for the students at his feet.
I chose specifically to master the skill of extemporaneous speaking.
He participated in drama, student council and the debate team, winning first in state in extemporaneous speaking and second in state for impromptu speaking.
you questioned your pupils with some stimulating extemporaneous thinking?
Junipero Serra; his address to the Joint Session of Congress; his greeting to a group of homeless people in New York City; his address to the United Nations General Assembly; his prayer at Ground Zero; his extemporaneous address at the Festival of Families; his words to victims of sexual abuse; his address to inmates at a Philadelphia prison; and so much more.
Other candidates, both Democrats and Republicans, swiftly condemned the proposal as "unhinged" and "unconstitutional." The billionaire, a former reality television star known for extemporaneous and shocking comments, called for "a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what is going on." Annie Gowen reports on global reactions for the Washington Post: "The heated rhetoric left many Muslims feeling bewildered, scared and angry." Refugees worry about safe shelter.
In order to challenge the group as professionals and participants, everyone was required to give a two-minute extemporaneous presentation on benign topics, such as junk food, television and changing a flat tire.
After an extemporaneous dance with batons and the motor rally, the police warned of the necessity to obey traffic regulations.