- Agility is defined as the ability to move nimbly with speed and ease.
An example of someone who possesses a great deal of agility is a track runner.
- The definition of agility refers to mental quickness and sharpness.
An example of someone who possesses mental agility is someone who can easily complete mental math problems.
Origin of agilityMiddle English agilite, from Old French, from Medieval Latin agilitās, from Latin agilis; see agile.
(countable and uncountable, plural agilities)
Variant of agile
- quick and easy of movement; deft and active
- keen and lively: an agile wit
Origin of agileFrench ; from Classical Latin agilis ; from agere, act