Definition of unscripted in English:

unscripted

adjective

  • Said or delivered without a prepared script; impromptu.

    ‘the president's unscripted remarks’
    • ‘Lindsey can roll his eyes when asked about O'Neill's latest unscripted remark.’
    • ‘So they got some of the changes that they were scripting or alternatively, spontaneous changes that were unscripted which was interesting.’
    • ‘The point of weblogs is their off-the-cuff nature, their unscripted, up-to-the-minute commentary.’
    • ‘On a surface read, what appears to be unscripted, spontaneous, and endlessly eventful is not.’
    • ‘They say football is unscripted drama and this match certainly hasn't followed the script tonight.’
    • ‘One, this was an unscripted moment in a very scripted convention.’
    • ‘When a singing contest is described as a reality show it is because its progression is unscripted or at any rate, not entirely scripted.’
    • ‘It was the first unscripted answer in the most carefully scripted nomination in history.’
    • ‘They value debates because they are - at least in their ideal form - spontaneous, unscripted and honest.’
    • ‘Trevino's the only golfer to rebound from back surgery to win big, and his humor is spontaneously unscripted.’
    • ‘Everyone has something touching or amusing to say, but the movie maintains a feeling of being entirely natural and unscripted.’
    • ‘It's premium quality, unscripted drama, more skilful than ‘improv’, which lays claim to risk but is all forgiveness.’
    • ‘This is a one-trick concept and therefore lacks the unscripted banality that makes ‘real’ reality shows so strangely hypnotic.’
    • ‘This part feels totally unscripted as the young cadets self-consciously address the cameras, with commentary from their moms occasionally thrown in.’
    • ‘She rambled into unscripted anecdotes, and there were tons of references to American icons and Hollywood chums I'd never heard of, but a true trouper captivates no matter what.’
    • ‘These submerged accounts locate a broader horizon of possibilities, and remind people that there are other histories to write and unscripted stories to tell.’
    • ‘So tough has it become that some leading politicians simply refuse to participate because they know the risks of live, unscripted comment from dissatisfied members of the public.’
    • ‘This one really is an experiment folks - live and unscripted.’
    • ‘But his unscripted comments would prove a major eye-opener.’
    • ‘A single maladroit quip or an unscripted dramatic moment on the campaign trail could spell the difference between victory and defeat.’
    unplanned, spontaneous, unprepared, unarranged, uncontrolled, unintentional, unintended, extempore, extemporary, extemporized, extemporaneous, impromptu, ad lib

Pronunciation

unscripted

/ʌnˈskrɪptɪd/