ad-lib

[adj] - said or done without having been planned or written in advance 2. [adj] - with little or no preparation or forethought 3. [n] - remark made spontaneously without prior preparation
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Ad-Lib

To improvise lines or speeches that are not part of the script.
Found on http://www.queens-theatre.co.uk/technical/glossaryoftheatreterms.htm

ad-lib

extemporaneous adjective with little or no preparation or forethought; `his ad-lib comments showed poor judgment`; `an extemporaneous piano recital`; `an extemporary lecture`; `an extempore skit`; `an impromptu speech`; `offhand excuses`; `trying ...
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ad-lib

spontaneous adjective said or done without having been planned or written in advance; `he made a few ad-lib remarks`
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ad-lib

noun remark made spontaneously without prior preparation; `his ad-libs got him in trouble with the politicians`
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Ad-Lib

to make up a joke within a scripted show.
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Ad-Lib

to make up a joke within a scripted show.
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Ad-lib

When an actor invents lines during a play. An actor might ad-lib when he or she forgets lines in the script or as a reaction to an onstage mishap.
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ad-lib

Unscripted talking, usually by a broadcaster. From the Latin ad libitum ‘at one's pleasure’.
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ad-lib

Unscripted talking, usually by a broadcaster. From the Latin ad libitum
Found on http://www.thenewsmanual.net/Resources/glossary.html
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