adjective, nim·bler, nim·blest.
Origin of nimble
Examples from the Web for nimbly
Nimbly the little old gentleman thrust himself in front of her, barring her way, and shielding Gwendolyn.The Poor Little Rich Girl|Eleanor Gates
Youll find the British dodging the bullets I send them, as nimbly as they do those of the tallest of you.The Young Continentals at Bunker Hill|John T. McIntyre
She moved briskly and nimbly with a rapid, hardly audible sound like a lizard; at the back her hair fell below her knees.Knock, Knock, Knock and Other Stories|Ivan Turgenev
Nimbly, in spite of the handicap of the heavy diving suit, Andy dodged the arms.Under the Ocean to the South Pole|Roy Rockwood
Nimbly she climbed the wall, dropped to her hands and knees, and crawled to the prairie.Wings of the Wind|Credo Harris