adjective, nim·bler, nim·blest.
SYNONYMS FOR nimble
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Origin of nimble
OTHER WORDS FROM nimblenim·ble·ness, nounnim·bly, adverbun·nim·ble, adjectiveun·nim·ble·ness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for nimble
Thanks to new models that are more nimble, capable, and family-friendly than ever, these vehicles are quickly becoming key pieces of outdoor gear that facilitate everything from mountain biking to skiing to overlanding.
Being nimble in any nascent industry or category is everything.
We are a small and nimble company, and I don’t plan on becoming so big that we can’t pivot on a dime to do the right thing at the right time.
That’s because a shorter contract means the city can be nimble enough to renegotiate as energy technology, global markets or local climate policies change.
Unlike search or social domains, the aggregator category is increasingly diverse and nimble enough to meet the needs of consumers.
With incredible nimbleness, these playful farm animals hop onto a flexible piece of steel.Kristen Wiig as Harry Styles, The Sochi Wolf, and More Viral Videos|Ariana Dickey|February 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And yes, the use of the phrase "legitimate rape" suggests a certain lack of verbal nimbleness.Akin's Abortion View: More Widespread in GOP Than You Think|David Frum|August 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But if anything, President Obama has demonstrated an admirable nimbleness in response to changing circumstances.
It was a sort of rural salon de danse, where the villagers met nightly, to exhibit and cultivate their national nimbleness of toe.
See, too, how slowly the unpractised apprehension of an older child trudges after the nimbleness of a conjurer.Ceres' Runaway|Alice Meynell
Hideously frightened, he doubled this way and that, with a nimbleness that his huge pursuer could not hope to match.Kings in Exile|Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
As he ran upwards, climbing the steep stairs with the nimbleness of a monkey, he bellowed the great news to each crowded doorway.The Pillar of Light|Louis Tracy
Fingers that had learned nimbleness and accuracy of touch in other fields, did not lag long here.Mary Ware's Promised Land|Annie Fellows Johnston