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unscripted

Line breaks: un|script¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈskrɪptɪd
 
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Definition of unscripted in English:

adjective

Said or delivered without a prepared script; impromptu: the president’s unscripted remarks
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  • Lindsey can roll his eyes when asked about O'Neill's latest unscripted remark.
  • So they got some of the changes that they were scripting or alternatively, spontaneous changes that were unscripted which was interesting.
  • The point of weblogs is their off-the-cuff nature, their unscripted, up-to-the-minute commentary.

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