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extemporaneous

, extemporary
spoken, performed, etc., without planning or preparation; impromptu; extempore
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The 116th club meeting also featured a table topic session, a session in every Toastmaster Meeting where guests or member is asked to speak extemporaneously on a specific subject or question read by the table topic master.
One presenter didn't begin speaking extemporaneously (prepared but not using notes) until he had spent nearly two decades writing his speeches word-for-word.
But what did Trump, who was speaking extemporaneously, actually mean?
Trump's Brexit remarks were delivered extemporaneously, but everything he said about free trade appeared to come from a campaign-approved script.
Extemporaneously countering and crafting arguments is a passion of mine.
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The same woman who can write snappy, smart dialogue for days was so introverted that she completely avoided situations in which she'd have to speak extemporaneously, be interviewed or face an unknown situation.
She spoke of congested highways as an impediment to economic growth in Oregon, adding extemporaneously, "The Legislature cannot go home until we get this done, and I'm not gonna let them." But it can, and she will.
Introverts, however, do need to prepare and practice a public speech, whereas extraverts can thrive at speaking extemporaneously, even without full knowledge of the subject matter.
"Hart's gift was to connect politics and culture and theology and history and technology seamlessly and all at once--to draw from all available data points (extemporaneously, it seemed) a larger picture of where everything was headed," he writes.
He does have to answer regularly and extemporaneously to the opposition.