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ag·ile / ˈajəl/ • adj. able to move quickly and easily: Ruth was as agile as a monkey | fig. his vague manner concealed an agile mind. DERIVATIVES: ag·ile·ly / ˈajə(l)lē/ adv. a·gil·i·ty / əˈjilitē/ n.

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agile XV. — (O)F. agile — L. agilis, f. agere do; see AGENT, -ILE.
So agility XV.