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on the spur of the moment

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon the spur of the momenton the spur of the momentSUDDENLYsuddenly, without any previous planning or thought We would often decide what to play on the spur of the moment. spur-of-the-moment spur
Examples from the Corpus
on the spur of the momentIt was a spur-of-the-moment decision.On the spur of the moment, she decided to enter the race that she had come to watch.On the spur of the moment, we decided to head north that day instead of East.I bought the car on the spur of the moment.This list wasn't compiled on the spur of the moment.But airlines allow them to fly on the spur of the moment on a standby basis.I pledged to never again go home with some one on the spur of the moment.Now I could call other parents on the spur of the moment, arrange overnights for Janir or invite his friends over.I just reacted on the spur of the moment.They make quick changes and responses on the spur of the moment.He just took a calculated risk on the spur of the moment.When she got through he said he had taken a train on the spur of the moment and was in Bristol.
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