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unrehearsed (ˌʌnrɪˈhɜːst Pronunciation for unrehearsed

Definitions

adjective

  1. (of a play, speech, etc) not having been practised in advance

Example Sentences Including 'unrehearsed'

BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB were forced to play unrehearsed acoustic songs after their drummer arrived late for their show in LEEDS.
NME (New Musical Express) (2003)
I had the notion that the script was unrehearsed , because all three of them seemed tetchy and uncomfortable.
David Cavanagh MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
It's the strongest part of the act, the tension dropping away as he thinks his way through unrehearsed music.
Independent (1999)
Once they see who it is their curiosity's aroused and so is ours because in these parties we give we're in an unrehearsed situation.
Independent (1999)
Politicians of course were public property, but they were much more unwary and unrehearsed before the coming of the tape-recorder.
Lawson, Dominic (ed.) The Spectator Annual

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