Definition of Nimblest

1. Adjective. (superlative of nimble) ¹



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Definition of Nimblest

1. nimble [adj] - See also: nimble

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nimblest

nimb
nimbed
nimbi
nimbier
nimbies
nimbiest
nimbiferous
nimbility
nimble
nimble-fingered
nimble Will
nimbleness
nimblenesses
nimbler
nimbless
nimblest (current term)
nimblewill
nimbly
nimbose
nimbostrati
nimbostratus
nimbs
nimbus
nimbus cloud
nimbused
nimbuses
nimbuslike
nimbyer
nimbyest
nimbyism

Literary usage of Nimblest

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1. Recollections of Samuel Breck: With Passages from His Notebooks (1771-1862) by Samuel Breck, Horace Elisha Scudder (1877)
"... artless association ; on the contrary, every little boon in the governor's gift was bestowed upon him who could work the wires with nimblest fingers. ..."

2. Feathered Favourites: Twelve Coloured Pictures of British Birds by Joseph Wolf (1854)
"EAST, nimblest, merriest bird of Albion's isle, I cannot look on thee without a smile. —I envy thee the sight, for all my glee Could never yet extort a ..."

3. The Writings of "Colonel William Byrd, of Westover in Virginia, Esqr" by William Byrd, John Spencer Bassett (1901)
"We had now the Opportunity of trying the speed of these lumpish Animals by a fair Course it had with the nimblest of our Surveyors. ..."

4. Familiar Letters: Or Epistolae Ho-Elianae by James Howell (1903)
"... but when it is once absolutely resolved upon, then we should observe the motion of Mercury, the nimblest of all the planets, " Ubi desinit Saturnus, ..."

5. Epistolae Ho-Elianae: The Familiar Letters of James Howell, Historiographer by James Howell, Joseph Jacobs (1890)
"... long, and heavy; but when it is once absolutely resolv'd upon, then we should observe the motion of Mercury, the nimblest of all the Planets ..."

6. The Westover Manuscripts: Containing the History of the Dividing Line by William Byrd, Edmund Ruffin (1841)
"We had now the opportunity of trying the speed of this lumpish animal by a fair course it had with the nimblest of our surveyors. ..."

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