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Definition of "improv" []

  • Informal Improvisation: practiced improv with my acting class. (noun)
  • Informal An improvisation: did a funny improv about looking for a job. (noun)
  • Improvised performance, esp by a comedian (noun)

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Use "improv" in a sentence
  • "One of the goals in improv is to bypass the inner critic and just do the first physical action that drops into your mind."
  • "And their improv is almost always better than the script."
  • "Rifling through a funky set that included bass-heavy grooves like "It's Ice," "NICU" and "The Moma Dance," Phish kicked off its fall tour in improv-laden style."