autoschediastic

autoschediastic

(ˌɔːtəʊˌskɛdɪˈæstɪk; ˌɔːtəʊˌskiːdɪˈæstɪk)
adj
offhand, with little forethought or preparation
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Another referred to my article, 'Caught on camera' (Dec 30), and said I used the words 'autoschediastic' and 'quotidian', when easier words were available.
More important, in the kind of grim political atmosphere that exists in the country, human interest stories based on autoschediastic outpourings serve to inject a bit of comicality, which doesn't take away from his or her station in life, even if the 'station' is not necessarily very noble.