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agility (s) (noun), agilities (pl)
1. The power, or talent, to move quickly and easily; nimbleness: The agility of the famed hurdler was also an inspiration for younger runners.
2. The ability to think and draw conclusions quickly; such as, intellectual acuity: Based on the number of scholarships she won, Harriete's mental agility was remarkable.
Nimbleness and quick response.
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Ease of movement and resourcefulness of mind.
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The ability to move quickly and easily; nimbleness; the skill to think and to draw conclusions in a fast way. (2)
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Agility Excellent, AX
A suffix title conferred on dogs for qualifying the requisite number of times in the Agility Excellent class at The American Kennel Club Agility Trials.
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agility trials
An organized competition at which dogs negotiate a series of obstacles and jumps in three classes of increasing difficulty.

Titles are earned at each level of Novice, Open, and Excellent by qualifying for a predetermined number of times.

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