well-improvised

improvised

[im-pruh-vahyzd]
adjective
made or said without previous preparation: an improvised skit.

Origin:
1830–40; improvise + -ed2

improvisedly [im-pruh-vahy-zid-lee] , adverb
unimprovised, adjective
well-improvised, adjective


unpremeditated, unrehearsed, unprepared. See extemporaneous.


rehearsed.
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improvise
1826, from Fr. improviser (17c.), from It. improvisare "to sing or speak extempore," from improviso, from L. improvisus "unforeseen, unexpected" (see improvisation).
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