Improvise [verb]

Definition of Improvise:

make up

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Sentence/Example of Improvise:

Whether you forget to pack your tent guy line, or you are improvising a tarp shelter from a scrap of parachute or sail cloth, this strong cord will help you build a dependable structure.

Both major parties had to improvise on the traditional convention playbook because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, holding nearly all-virtual gatherings instead.

They are do-it-yourself “hacks” improvised by ordinary folks using whatever materials they have on hand.

Our grand, improvised remote work experiment has taught us so much, there's simply no better time than now to adapt your business processes and culture to this new opportunity.

The Orioles’ strength and conditioning staff helped players construct improvised weight-training equipment for those with limited means or without access to gyms, he added.

Hospital trains they could improvise out of what rolling stock remained to them.

Chopin at once went to the piano, and invited those present to give him a theme to improvise upon.

On catching him I found that he had somehow severed an artery in his tail, and I had to improvise a tourniquet to stop the flow.

Having shipped the last article, I returned into the brake, seeking something from which to improvise a paddle.

Britain, on the other hand, has had to improvise her war organisation since war has been actually forced on her.