Definitions: (1) well-coordinated in movement; nimble; (2) active; lively; brisk; (3) mentally acute or aware; an ability to think quickly; resourceful

Synonyms: alert, spry

Irony is a clear consciousness of an eternal agility, of the infinitely abundant chaos. ― Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel (1772–1829) German poet & philosopher
• Our flying squirrel is in no proper sense a flyer. On the ground, he is more helpless than a chipmunk, because less agile. He can only sail or slide down a steep incline from the top of one tree to the foot of another. ― John Burroughs (1837–1921) American naturalist
     Note: There are many types of agility. Physically, animals – including the human animal – have had to be agile enough to survive under dangerous situations. Jesus was very agile in countering the pharisee’s attempts to trick him up.

Symbols: 1) the stag; 2) the rabbit

Fictional Figure: Tarzan, a man raised in the jungle, became as agile as his ape family. — Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950) Tarzan of the Apes