spur-of-the-moment

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spur-of-the-moment

[spur-uhv-thuh-moh-muhnt]
adjective
occurring or done without advance preparation or deliberation; extemporaneous; unplanned: a spur-of-the-moment decision.

Origin:
1800–10

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Example sentences
Others wander around the floor clutching touchscreen tablet devices that they
  use to tap in spur-of-the-moment wagers.
It had worked out okay with my spur-of-the-moment acorn squash, after all.
Avoid making important financial decisions or signing contracts that are based
  on spur-of-the-moment desires and wishes.
Everyone wants you to take a spur-of-the-moment vacation.
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