Examples of agility in a Sentence
a gymnast whose agility on the parallel bars has won him several medals
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Commenters were pleased with happy-ending story and impressed with the agility of the child, whose age was not provided.
Her prosthetics demonstrate the huge advancements made in recent years allowing athletes to perform specialized tasks with enhanced agility.
The skills challenge is a three-round, obstacle-course competition that includes dribbling, passing, agility, and three-point shooting.
An athlete throughout her life, Katharine Hepburn demonstrated agility and coordination on the tennis court (and on screen in 1952's Pat and Mike), often wearing pleated white mini-skirts and sweeping her hair back in a Victorian-esque updo.
Ball has progressed in the weight room and training room, Walton said, but has not advanced to agility or contact drills.
The rest of the place was packed with physical challenges demanding strength, speed, coordination, agility, and balance, as well as nerve.
The real action for spectators starts up on Thursday, Jan. 18, offering lots of breed-specific and all-breed shows for agility, obedience and breed conformity.
Strength, speed, agility, coordination and adaptability, for example, will help an athlete in most kinds of competition.
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Synonymsdexterity, deftness, nimbleness, sleight, spryness
Antonymsawkwardness, clumsiness, gaucheness, gawkiness, gawkishness, gracelessness, ham-handedness, heavy-handedness, klutziness, ungainliness
Related Wordscoordination; flexibility, gracefulness, limberness, litheness, loose-jointedness, suppleness; handiness, sure-handedness; sure-footedness; adeptness, adroitness, finesse, prowess
Near Antonymsdisability, inability, incapability, incapacity; debilitation, disablement, impairment, incapacitation; unhandiness
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