Agility (noun)

  1. The ability to move quickly and easily.
  2. The ability to think and understand quickly.
  3. The ability to change direction or course quickly.

Origin:

Late middle english, from old french, from latin agilitas, from agilis agile.

Examples:

  1. He showed great agility in avoiding the obstacles.
  2. The team's agility and quick thinking helped them win the game.
  3. Her agility was evident in the way she was able to dance.
  4. The dog's agility made it easy for him to catch the frisbee.
  5. The company's agility in the market helped them to remain competitive.
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