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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspur-of-the-momentˌspur-of-the-ˈmoment adjective [only before noun]  SUDDENLYa spur-of-the-moment decision or action is made or done suddenly without planning syn spontaneous
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spur-of-the-momentToday its message seemed less equivocal, and the accompanying note no more than one of Cameron's spur-of-the-moment enthusiasms.
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