Definition of Extemporised

1. Verb. (past of extemporise) ¹



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Definition of Extemporised

1. extemporise [v] - See also: extemporise

Lexicographical Neighbors of Extemporised

extemporal
extemporally
extemporanean
extemporaneity
extemporaneous
extemporaneous mixture
extemporaneously
extemporaneousness
extemporarily
extemporary
extempore
extempores
extemporisation
extemporisations
extemporise
extemporised (current term)
extemporises
extemporising
extemporization
extemporizations
extemporize
extemporized
extemporizer
extemporizers
extemporizes
extemporizing
extend
extend oneself
extend to
extendabilities

Literary usage of Extemporised

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Cruise of Her Majesty's Ship "Bacchante", 1879-1882 by Albert Victor, George (1886)
"Before doing so, however, we tried our extemporised steering gear in the smooth water of the sound, and found that the spars towed were not nearly large ..."

2. The Transvaal War, 1880-81 by Lady Bellairs, Blanche St. John Moschzisker Bellairs (1885)
"As quickly as ammunition could be manufactured, this extemporised gun continued to play on the houses and positions held by the enemy, from which they kept ..."

3. The Englishwoman in America by Isabella Lucy Bird (1856)
"... aside — Snow and discomfort — A new country — An extemporised ball — Adventure with a madman — Shooting the cataract — First appearance of Montreal— Its ..."

4. The Health Exhibition Literature (1884)
"These stretcher-bearers are trained in ambulance drill and first aid to the wounded, and in the Fig. 2. REGIMENTAL AMBULANCE AID—VARIOUS extemporised AIDS ..."

5. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1899)
"ON extemporised SLEIGHS BY FRANCES J. ERSKINE As a nation we are decidedly backward in enjoying a heavy fall of snow, when that blessing happens to come to ..."

6. In and Beyond the Himálayas: A Record of Sport and Travel in the Abode of Snow by Samuel James Stone (1896)
"... markhor at last— The stalk impossible—A tramp of thirteen hours—Find a fifty-two inch horn—Markhor get the upper hand—An extemporised observatory— Begin ..."

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