Spontanate

(spõn-ta-nát’)

v. spon·ta·nat·ed, spon·ta·nat·ing, spon·ta·nat·es

v.intr.

  1. To schedule in or deliberately plan a future spontaneous event, i.e. an event that happens or arising without apparent forethought or external cause or planning.

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