- nim·ble·ness, noun
- nim·bly, adverb
- un·nim·ble, adjective
- un·nim·ble·ness, noun
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How to use nimble in a sentence
This was a huge career jump for her, a leap from a large, established brand to a much newer and nimbler one.Meet the woman who took Airbnb’s ‘experiences’ online—in just 2 weeks | Kristen Bellstrom | February 2, 2021 | Fortune
Every client wants to become that smarter, faster and that nimbler business, but they, of course, also see that they are faced with challenges today and in the future.SAP launches ‘RISE with SAP,’ a concierge service for digital transformation | Frederic Lardinois | January 27, 2021 | TechCrunch
In 2020, small businesses were forced to be nimble to grow and survive.2021 Digital marketing predictions for small businesses | Steffen Schebesta | January 18, 2021 | Search Engine Watch
Crises like the pandemic tend to bring agencies and clients closer together and we’re getting good feedback with regards to how nimble we’ve been throughout the crisis.‘Marketers talk a good game’: Confessions of a senior agency exec on being paid fairly | Seb Joseph | January 6, 2021 | Digiday
For the past five years, brands have become nimbler and the planning cycles have gotten shorter and shorter.Coronavirus-induced change and accelerations: Digiday’s top trends for 2021 | Pierre Bienaimé | December 22, 2020 | Digiday
It zips like all comedies seem to zip today, quick and nimble, its tone affectionate snark.
The best politics here is to be principled, nimble, and shrewd.
Here, the brainiacs were ridiculed and the hairy nimble beasts ruled the day.
“Indies have low overhead, are nimble, and rarely work by committees,” Spillman says.Are Indie Presses the Minor Leagues of Publishing? | James McGirk | June 13, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The U.S. appears slow-witted on this, and the Qataris appear quick and nimble.
He was a pretty bright sort, that same Goodell, quick-witted, nimble of tongue above the average Englishman.Raw Gold | Bertrand W. Sinclair
He is such a nimble little fellow that he did this several times, and hardly ever failed.Alila, Our Little Philippine Cousin | Mary Hazelton Wade
As for poor Dolly, if he catches her and tries to convert her to his ideas, the child has nimble feet and can run.Dorothy at Skyrie | Evelyn Raymond
He came up laboriously—the more laboriously by virtue of his very efforts to show himself still nimble in his mistress's eyes.St. Martin's Summer | Rafael Sabatini
nimble-finger never finished that bone-handled hunting knife.The Later Cave-Men | Katharine Elizabeth Dopp
British Dictionary definitions for nimble
agile, quick, and neat in movement: nimble fingers
alert; acute: a nimble intellect
- nimbleness, noun
- nimbly, adverb
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