Definition Of makeshift
a temporary substitute or device.
We're looking at a matchup between makeshifts on Saturday.
serving as a temporary substitute; sufficient for the time being.
arranging a row of chairs to form a makeshift bed
Example Of makeshift
About 109,000 people are living in makeshift shelters made from blue and white plastic sheeting.
All over town, he says, kids would be hitting golf balls, sometimes with makeshift clubs.
All political parties are bound by their own ideological limits and do not want to make any makeshift of it.
Carers often find their own solutions from locked doors to makeshift alarms to constant surveillance.
Dark Days charts several years in the lives of the homeless who live in makeshift shacks in the New York underground system.