Did you perchance mean improvise?
- v. alternative spelling of improvise.
- v. perform without preparation
“There is already a computer program that is able to improvize melodies, solos, chord progressions, etc.”
“If the patient is conscious and you need to move or evacuate them from further danger, improvize a cervical collar using a folded towel or newspaper around the neck to minimize neck movement.”
“Mrs. Cary's head still rested against the aching shoulder, and Mrs. Carmichael made a sign to let her improvize a cushion substitute.”
“It is decidedly preferable to play the works of good masters than to improvize.”
“He must know how to modulate from one key into another, how to proceed from one number to another, what key to choose for the hymns sung by the congregation, how to transpose the chant from one key into another, how to combine the organ stops, and (to a certain extent at least) how to improvize and to harmonize at sight.”
“Improvizators declaim and comedians improvize amusing scenes.”
“He was now ready to improvize, and dashed thumb and finger on the zither, tossing up his face, swarthy-flushed: "There was a steinbock with a beard.”
“He would certainly have proceeded to improvize impassioned verse, if he had not seen Arthur Rhodes on the pavement.”
“himz likes to make desserts tho, I no haz patience for all deh measuring and following of deh instrukshunz, I likes to improvize”
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