- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ad-lib.
“Connery "wanted me to do it first, in case I ad-libbed anything that wasn't in the script he could respond.”
“In previous projects, he's directed his actors to improvise for hours, sometimes sending them onto London streets in character, then drawing out a story from this trove of ad-libbed material.”
“Mr. Doremus says that much of the film, which was made for less than $500,000, was ad-libbed, based on a 50-page outline that contained subtext, plot points and objectives for each scene.”
“In fact many presidents speeches were virtually memorized, or ad-libbed on the fly.”
“His effortless switch from unbridled joy to inconsolable heartache after Lily breaks the news is even more remarkable when you consider that Segel didn't know what Alyson Hannigan was going to say and ad-libbed, "I'm not ready for this.”
“For example, after Michael had ad-libbed an a capella version of the first few bars of his song "Who Is It" during his celebrated interview with Oprah Winfrey in 1992, the song was hurriedly rushed out as a single to capitalize on the remarkable performance.”
“Tim Robbins says he ad-libbed his line that scene about getting rid of actors and directors in.”
“Donovan had difficulty reading from the sheets of paper he held so he ad-libbed parts of his speech.”
“So I am not saying we ad-libbed out there, but it was a tough week, he said.”
“While the majority of the lyrics were garbled and ad-libbed, it was crystal clear how fully aware and empowered this little girl became when she reached the chorus, Who run the world?”
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