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This was a huge career jump for her, a leap from a large, established brand to a much newer and nimbler one.

From Fortune

Every client wants to become that smarter, faster and that nimbler business, but they, of course, also see that they are faced with challenges today and in the future.

In 2020, small businesses were forced to be nimble to grow and survive.

Crises like the pandemic tend to bring agencies and clients closer together and we’re getting good feedback with regards to how nimble we’ve been throughout the crisis.

From Digiday

For the past five years, brands have become nimbler and the planning cycles have gotten shorter and shorter.

From Digiday

It zips like all comedies seem to zip today, quick and nimble, its tone affectionate snark.

The best politics here is to be principled, nimble, and shrewd.

Here, the brainiacs were ridiculed and the hairy nimble beasts ruled the day.

“Indies have low overhead, are nimble, and rarely work by committees,” Spillman says.

The U.S. appears slow-witted on this, and the Qataris appear quick and nimble.

He was a pretty bright sort, that same Goodell, quick-witted, nimble of tongue above the average Englishman.

He is such a nimble little fellow that he did this several times, and hardly ever failed.

As for poor Dolly, if he catches her and tries to convert her to his ideas, the child has nimble feet and can run.

He came up laboriously—the more laboriously by virtue of his very efforts to show himself still nimble in his mistress's eyes.

Nimble-finger never finished that bone-handled hunting knife.


On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nimble, such as: adept, adroit, agile, bright, deft, and lithe.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.