- v. present participle of ad-lib.
“These hosts are actors who follow scripts, so don't expect the ad-libbing acumen of Billy Crystal, but they've already got some insiders on the edge of their seats.”
“With subsidiary characters such as Madame Oglepuss a retired opera singer, Beulah Witch, and Fletcher Rabbit, the improvised puppet show became notorious for its ad-libbing.”
“If you want to hear incoherent ad-libbing, take a trip to the links I posted.”
“What I mean by doing the right things is they don't do a lot of ad-libbing.”
“We relied on a DAT tape for the beats as Will and Apl threw down the lyrics and I followed their lead, ad-libbing on the back of them.”
“It doesn't matter that it was on radio and I was ad-libbing.”
“He later apologized to the Anti-Defamation League, but not to NPR, saying, "I was of course ad-libbing and should not have chosen that word, but I was angry at the time because of NPR's willingness to censor Juan Williams for not being liberal enough.”
“There's a lot of ad-libbing between them that is just great; it sounds like people who used to date.”
“She credited her incredible ad-libbing skills to the years she spent attending embassy cocktail parties with Paul, where she learned to disarm the stuffiest foreign diplomats with her down-to-earth American humor and entertaining anecdotes.”
“While he was hoping his magnetic seals held, he was busy ad-libbing technobabble to talk the neo-hippie through the complicated emergency shutdown sequence in anticipation of an EMP blast.”
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