Legerity : W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY
Legerity
lə-JER-ih-teePart of speech: nounOrigin: Middle French, mid 16th century
1Lightness in movement or action; nimbleness, agility; (later also) flexibility of mind; mental agility.2Lack of weight or weightiness; lightness of touch or feeling.
 
Examples of Legerity in a sentence “The lambs pranced with a sense of legerity.” 
“Astronauts experience a feeling of legerity when in outer space.”