Definition of Impromptus

1. Noun. (plural of impromptu) ¹



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Definition of Impromptus

1. impromptu [n] - See also: impromptu

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impromptus

improbably
improbation
improbations
improbities
improbity
improficiencies
improficiency
improfitable
improgressive
improlific
impromanga
impromangas
impromidine
imprompt
impromptu
impromptus (current term)
improper
improper fraction
improper fractions
improper integral
improper integrals
improperation
improperations
improperia
improperly
improperness
impropernesses
improperty
impropitious
improportionable

Literary usage of Impromptus

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1. Chopin: The Man and His Music by James Huneker (1909)
"... VIII impromptus AND VALSES To write of the four impromptus in their own key of unrestrained feeling and pondered intention would not be as easy as ..."

2. The Works of Oscar Wilde by Oscar Wilde, Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly (1909)
"But there is this difference between them—the faulte are deliberate and the result of much study; the beauties have the air of fascinating impromptus. ..."

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