impartial (adjective)

Definition:

 unbiased, not partial, and showing equal treatment

Example Sentences:

– If there is a dispute over the contract, we will take our case before an impartial authority. (unbiased, neutral)
– She was a fair and impartial grader, which made her a good teacher. (fair, unbiased, just)
– The judge had to recuse himself from the case because he could not be impartial when ruling against his own son. (neutral, unbiased)
– Let’s have Cindy make the decision since she’s impartial and has no personal interest in the issue. (neutral, unbiased)

Synonyms:

unbiased, fair, neutral,

Antonyms:

partial, biased, unfair

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extemporaneous (verb)

Definition:

done without any advance preparation

Example Sentences:

– His extemporaneous speech was actually quite good for having been improvised. (unprepared, off-the-cuff)
– Although the new CEO hadn’t planned on delivering a speech on his first day, he did offer a few extemporaneous comments of encouragement to his employees. (spontaneous, impromptu)
– The pianist was forced to extemporize when the singer decided to sing a song they had not rehearsed together. (improvise) verb
– All of the laughter garnered by Charlie’s extemporaneous comedy routine convinced him that he should become a professional comedian. (improvised, spontaneous)

Synonyms:

unrehearsed, unprepared, off-the-cuff,

Antonyms:

rehearsed, prepared, planned

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