extemporally

extemporally

(ɛksˈtɛmpərəlɪ)
adv
archaic in an extemporal manner
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Narrative modes create modulations of the historical timeline through the use of different literary devices that variously transpose historical meaning temporally into the past, the present, or the future, or extemporally into an abstract dimension of higher meaning outside of time.
and Cleopatra's lives 'extemporally,' (cited work, 876)
The actor that shall bring her to life will be a "mechanic slave," his rendition the "vapour" of "thick breath." In addition, Cleopatra foresees herself "enclouded," caught, "ballad[ed]," "extemporally ...