off the cuff in a sentence

Definition of off-the-cuff

something made without being prepared or thought about before (speech, answer, etc.)

Use off-the-cuff in a sentence

I’m not good at speaking off-the-cuff. I need to write my speech in advance.

The President made a splendid off-the-cuff cuff speech. The audience applauded him for 5 minutes.

I didn’t want to upset you. It was an off-the-cuff remark.

The lecturer sometimes makes  off-the-cuff jokes so as not to bore students during the lesson.

His chatty, off-the-cuff nature led to some memorable gaffes.

We will try to respond quickly, but we will not make off-the-cuff statements.

Romney studiously avoided making any off-the-cuff comments to the media.

Sue spoke off-the-cuff and from the heart.

I don’t really have an off-the-cuff answer, but I would be really interested to try and help with it.

Hinton said his comments were off-the-cuff expressions of frustration.