extemporise


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extemporise


Past participle: extemporised
Gerund: extemporising

Imperative
extemporise
extemporise
Present
I extemporise
you extemporise
he/she/it extemporises
we extemporise
you extemporise
they extemporise
Preterite
I extemporised
you extemporised
he/she/it extemporised
we extemporised
you extemporised
they extemporised
Present Continuous
I am extemporising
you are extemporising
he/she/it is extemporising
we are extemporising
you are extemporising
they are extemporising
Present Perfect
I have extemporised
you have extemporised
he/she/it has extemporised
we have extemporised
you have extemporised
they have extemporised
Past Continuous
I was extemporising
you were extemporising
he/she/it was extemporising
we were extemporising
you were extemporising
they were extemporising
Past Perfect
I had extemporised
you had extemporised
he/she/it had extemporised
we had extemporised
you had extemporised
they had extemporised
Future
I will extemporise
you will extemporise
he/she/it will extemporise
we will extemporise
you will extemporise
they will extemporise
Future Perfect
I will have extemporised
you will have extemporised
he/she/it will have extemporised
we will have extemporised
you will have extemporised
they will have extemporised
Future Continuous
I will be extemporising
you will be extemporising
he/she/it will be extemporising
we will be extemporising
you will be extemporising
they will be extemporising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been extemporising
you have been extemporising
he/she/it has been extemporising
we have been extemporising
you have been extemporising
they have been extemporising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been extemporising
you will have been extemporising
he/she/it will have been extemporising
we will have been extemporising
you will have been extemporising
they will have been extemporising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been extemporising
you had been extemporising
he/she/it had been extemporising
we had been extemporising
you had been extemporising
they had been extemporising
Conditional
I would extemporise
you would extemporise
he/she/it would extemporise
we would extemporise
you would extemporise
they would extemporise
Past Conditional
I would have extemporised
you would have extemporised
he/she/it would have extemporised
we would have extemporised
you would have extemporised
they would have extemporised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.extemporise - perform without preparation; "he extemporized a speech at the wedding"
perform, do, execute - carry out or perform an action; "John did the painting, the weeding, and he cleaned out the gutters"; "the skater executed a triple pirouette"; "she did a little dance"
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THE benefits of regional racing were echoed by winning trainers Terry Clement and Richard Price after the successes of Extemporise and Court One on Friday night.
Mark Brisbourne was the trainer in form, notching a double when Tokewanna overcame traffic problems in the seven-furlong stakes and Adobe outpointed Extemporise for the mile stakes.
Ian Mongan picked up a one-day ban (November 26) for careless riding in the concluding race, landed by Extemporise after his mount veered across unplaced Tartiruga in the closing stages.
The fluidity, as well as a feeling for surface and an ability to extemporise on the spirit of the place on which he is working, give his work a fantastic quality and make minimal connections with the fin de siecle in Barcelona.
Perfectly at home with the Modern idiom, these architects are able to extemporise, making the language serve their explorations.
The Whale Caller is situated in a cultural context of desolation, where the natural world intrudes in bizarre but ultimately futile ways and the human protagonists, lacking the means to navigate their world skilfully, have to extemporise their reactions to that world, with a consequent directionless quality which gives little forewarning to the reader about where such reactions are leading.
Geoffrey Cox acknowledged the usual practice by colonial church organists to extemporise during the final hymn and concluding voluntary.
7) One can extemporise by saying that the adjective of spring is spring-like, or springy, rather than vernal, but many native speakers of English will surely select vernal if they know the word.
I can change the set list, extemporise during a number, lengthen it or shorten it.