The state or quality of being agile; nimbleness.(noun)
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Use "agility" in a sentence
"People conflate two different things under the term agility: engineering resource availability, and business response to changing conditions or opportunity."
"However, the term agility is used to describe two different kinds of benefit; both are real, but one of them will, ultimately, be seen as offering the greatest impact."
"Kennard, an honor student, said he was being cleared Tuesday to begin agility drills."