unscripted

[uhn-skrip-tid]
adjective
1.
not scripted; lacking a script: an unscripted idea for a movie.
2.
Informal. that has not been planned for or anticipated: an unscripted interruption of the speech.

Origin:
1940–45; un-1 + script + -ed2

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unscripted (ʌnˈskrɪptɪd)
 
adj
(of a speech, play, etc) not using or based on a script

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Example sentences
Answering questions after a presentation provides an opportunity to demonstrate
  one's knowledge, unscripted.
His remarks were unscripted and gave no indication he wanted nuclear energy to
  be abandoned altogether.
The spacecraft made an unscripted roll near the peak of its flight, prompting
  concern.
From the simplest requirements and smallest actions, deep interactions arise
  unscripted.
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