unrehearsed

[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪhˈɜːsd/ ]
[ US /ənˌɹiˌhɝst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. with little or no preparation or forethought
    his ad-lib comments showed poor judgment
    offhand excuses
    an extemporary lecture
    an extempore skit
    a few unrehearsed comments
    trying to sound offhanded and reassuring
    an off-the-cuff toast
    an extemporaneous piano recital
    an impromptu speech
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How To Use unrehearsed In A Sentence

  • This wasn't like a proper impromptu presentation - this looked unrehearsed, extempore.
  • The challenge for the actors was to ensure that the tightly-scripted dialogue flows as if it were completely casual and unrehearsed.
  • Be prepared. If you shrink from the full message, or if your unrehearsed, off-the-cuff remarks sound disrespectful, then you'll undermine your case.
  • This is due to lack of preparation, with rescue procedures often being implemented in an unplanned and unrehearsed manner and carried out by untrained and ill-equipped persons.
  • In fact, the recordings were mostly unrehearsed improvisations.
  • ‘No,’ he replied, sounding charmingly unrehearsed, given how many times he's probably been asked this question.
  • Next year, presumably, each conference will attempt to go one better by eliminating the speeches completely, replacing them instead with yet more examples of these entirely spontaneous outpourings of unrehearsed joy.
  • ‘He never liked to do anything unrehearsed, so when I did the line ‘I want to be your friend’, I reached up and touched him, which he had not expected,’ she says.
  • All of the newcomers are subjected to this ritual of unrehearsed first performances and no map or directions of the theatre.
  • So there were good bits, and some quality singing and playing, but no real direction, and trying to do an obviously unrehearsed version of Heard It Through The Grapevine was a mistake.
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