- 1Able to move quickly and easily: Ruth was as agile as a monkeyMore example sentences
nimble, lithe, spry, supple, limber, sprightly, acrobatic, dexterous, deft, willowy, graceful, light-footed, nimble-footed, light on one's feet, fleet-footed; active, fit, in good condition; lively, vigorous, quick-movingalert, sharp, acute, clever, shrewd, astute, intelligent, quick-witted, perceptive, penetrating, piercing, active, nimble, quick off the mark, finely honed, rapier-like
- And, to be honest, he did not seem to be that agile as he moved around stage.
- They are so agile when they move, thanks to their abundance of elastic muscles.
- Very active and agile, the young ones move around the open area without fear.
- 1.1Able to think and understand quickly: his vague manner concealed an agile mindMore example sentences
- He offers a heroic portrait of a CIA director rebuilding the agency into a more agile, effective organization, partly along network lines.
- Leaders can also use the agility checklist to ensure training events are developing the most agile leaders possible.
- The right software can make any size company more efficient, more agile, more responsive.
- 2Relating to or denoting a method of project management, used especially for software development, that is characterized by the division of tasks into short phases of work and frequent reassessment and adaptation of plans: agile methods replace high-level design with frequent redesignMore example sentences
- One thing that an agile team should definitely be able to do is deliver software by a certain date.
- In a perfect world an agile team is collaborating, interacting, discussing and reviewing almost everything they do.
- I had been looking for some software to manage web projects in an agile and collaborative way.
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- Tamar led the way once again to the ladder and ascended quickly and agilely.
- Hopping lightly and agilely, she smiled triumphantly as her foot landed on the edge.
- To visit O'Brien's is a unique experience, as Frank O'Brien, walks agilely from the grocery to serve his customers in the adjoining bar.
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- In fact, it may make or break an artist depending on their ability and agility in taking risks.
- All of a sudden, his skills and agility were rendered useless by a sudden gust of angry wind.
- After a few weeks I got so I could move my feet with the same agility and dexterity as my hands.
late Middle English: via French from Latin agilis, from agere 'do'.