- n intelligence as revealed by quickness and alertness of mind
nimbleness of wit and imagination
- n the gracefulness of a person or animal that is quick and nimble
- It started out protean, gained shape and intellectual muscle as it matured, and reached its peak of power and nimbleness by age 40.
- NASA has moved with uncharacteristic nimbleness in the last five years and is already cutting metal on the new machines in the hope of having crews in Earth orbit by 2015 and on .
- Kerry's message was also simple: Bush fumbled in Iraq and lacks the nimbleness to change when circumstances warrant.
- Jerry Yang in MarketWatch
The steps we are taking this quarter should deliver both near-term benefits to operating cash flow, and substantially enhance the nimbleness and flexibility with which we compete over the long term,Yahoo Chief Executive Jerry Yang said in a...
- TD Jakes in Seattle Times
Repositioning yourself gives you nimbleness of mind to evolve,Jakes says. "We keep trying to fit ourselves into this box. Nobody fits in it. We try to color within the lines, but creative people want a blank piece of paper. Every...