agilely

[ UK /ˈæd‍ʒa‍ɪlli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a nimble or agile manner; with quickness and lightness and ease
    leaped agilely from roof to roof
    nimbly scaling an iron gate
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How To Use agilely In A Sentence

  • Small, slim fingers eagerly and agilely move over their recorders' keys.
  • She had grabbed and caught a stony protrusion at the cave entrance and agilely scrambled in. Cattle Town
  • She leaped agilely back up, hopping carefully onto the ancient wall.
  • We walked through a high hallway into a bright rosy-colored space, fragilely bound into the house by French windows at either end.
  • Hopping lightly and agilely, she smiled triumphantly as her foot landed on the edge.
  • Consequently, with flexible decision making enterprise can avoid loss agilely.
  • Ambiguity is what affords actors deniability: while advancing their own agendas, they agilely defy scrutiny and public accountability. Janine R. Wedel: Shadow Elite : What Blackwater Sells (and the Government Wants): Deniability
  • A nine-foot-long "cargo" bicycle that has a super-stiff 48-pound frame, built in dynamo powered lights, a wood platform that can maneuver agilely while carrying 400 lbs., and quick-release wheels. Reinventing the Two-Wheeler
  • Noah was back on his feet and agilely evaded the next punch while slamming his own fist into the man's stomach.
  • Consequently, with flexible decision making enterprise can avoid loss agilely.
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