Extémporal. adj. [extemporalis, Latin.]
- Uttered without premeditation; quick; ready; sudden.
Alcidimus the sophister hath many arguments to prove, that voluntary and extemporal far excelleth premeditated speech. Hooker, b. v. s. 22.
A man of pleasant and popular conversation, of good extemporal judgment and discourse, for the satisfying of publick ministers. Wotton's Life of the Duke of Buckingham.
- Speaking without premeditation.
Many foolish things fall from wise men, if they speak in haste, or be extemporal. Ben. Johnson's Discoveries.