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Definition of Agible

Agible
Agible Ag"i*ble, a. [Cf. LL. agibilis, fr. L. agere to move, do.] Possible to be done; practicable. [Obs.] ``Fit for agible things.' --Sir A. Sherley.

Meaning of Agible from wikipedia

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