|ADJ || nimble | nimbler | nimblest |
|SYNO ||agile | nimble | quick | ...|
ADJ positive | comparative | superlative
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- A tongue that neither is nimble or tart.
- A.O. Scott of The New York Times called it "A nimble and winning little romance".
- Their singing style has been described variously as "stylish", nimble, and "like an obedient battalion".
- Just like the real accounts from the war suggest most of the dogfights are close in affairs with the nimble MiGs against the heavier less nimble US Aircraft.
- In early 1959, Willys introduced the Jeep Gala to the export markets and users desiring the nimble size and open bodywork, but no need for four wheel-drive.
- He had appeared in "Top Gear" series 10 episode 6 driving a nimble Toyota motorhome.
- The Hebrew "ya'el" means ibex, a nimble, sure-footed mountain goat native to that region. It literally translates to "he shall ascend or go up".
- Lee's nimble and agile skipping-like footwork is seen in his movies.
- The attacking wrestler performs a cartwheel before landing stomach-first across an opponent lying on the mat. Usually performed by small, nimble wrestlers.
- A 2008 staff report in "Sailing Magazine" termed it a "tough but nimble little classic".
- The nimble ctenotus ("Ctenotus hanloni") is a species of skink found in the Northern Territory, South Australia, and Western Australia.
- The Nimble Ninepence was a variety store in Adelaide in the early days of the colony of South Australia, with a branch store at Kapunda, The shop was destroyed in one of the city's earliest major fires.
- "Ceratina strenua", the nimble ceratina, is a species of small carpenter bee in the family Apidae.
- Poat currently serves as Creative Director at Amazon (company). He runs the company's nimble production lab for prototyping software and also hardware ideas.
- This busy movement commences with the statement of a nimble running theme by the solo instrument.
- Ben Rachid started her editing career working with 35mm film on celluloid. Her film editing has been called "nimble" by the "New Statesman".
- Tags are a lightweight alternative to categories, but they can also be used in conjunction. Unlike the heavy walls of categories, tags are nimble, flexible and lightweight.
- meaning "good at jumping"/"nimble" and " [...] " (...) meaning "lizard"; thus "nimble lizard".
- Two US Navy submarines were named for this nimble fish, [...] and [...].
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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