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improvisatorial (comparative more improvisatorial, superlative most improvisatorial)

  1. improvisatory
    • 1853, Robert William Browne, A history of Roman classical literature (page 443)
      These contests were partly of an improvisatorial character; and in an age when public readings and recitations were in vogue, [] success of this kind was highly valued.