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Things extempore often describes (“extempore ________”)
prayer, speech, speaking, prayers, preaching, verses, speaker, speeches, address, sermon, preacher, sermons, method, composition, discourse, verse, performance, song, speakers, songs, addresses, playing, performances, effusions, preachers, effusion, poetry, lecture, debate, translation, style, dialogue, discourses, remarks, lectures, delivery, play, lines, poem, affair, writing, eloquence, wit, oration, utterance, surgeon, compositions, reply, talk, manner, dissertation, versification, effort, poems, decrees, efforts, oratory, player, fashion, praying, discussion, poet, elocution, invention, evening, poets, banquets, orator, retorts, printing, crucifix, piece, pieces, comedy, ability, flag, plays, tragedies, talks, answer, romance, judgment, mode, variations, utterances, scenes, petition, latin, epitaph, contest, replies, rhyming, productions, harangues

How extempore often is described (“________ extempore”)
little, good, admirable, best, impulsive, neat, long, classical, first, real, quick

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See extempore used in context: 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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