One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a huge makeshift scaffold had been erected in front of the palace’
temporary, make-do, provisional, stopgap, standby, rough and ready, substitute, emergency, improvised, ad hoc, impromptu, extemporary, extempore, thrown together, cobbled together
informal quick and dirty
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