1. improvised

adjective. ['ˈɪmprəˌvaɪzd'] done or made using whatever is available.


  • jury-rigged
  • makeshift
  • temporary


  • stable
  • impermanence
  • infinite
  • full-time

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Words that Rhyme with Improvised

  • advertised
  • full-sized
  • specialized
  • unamortized
  • unauthorized
  • undercapitalized
  • undersized
  • underutilized
  • unexercised
  • unionized
  • unorganized
  • unrealized
  • unrecognized
  • unsubsidized
  • unsupervised
  • urbanized
  • utilized

Example sentences of the word improvised

1. Adjective
If you use improvised sawhorses, make sure the door is at a comfortable table height.

2. Verb, past participle
It is complex and probably spontaneously improvised on the record, so exact imitation is difficult.

Quotes containing the word improvised

1. The positive emotions that arise in...unpromising circumstances demonstrate that social ties and meaningful work are deeply desired, readily improvised, and intensely rewarding. The very structure of our economy and society prevent these goals from being achieved.
- Rebecca Solnit