adjective Also dy·nam·i·cal.
- of or relating to force or power.
- of or relating to force related to motion.
Origin of dynamic
Examples from the Web for dynamic
The church apparently understands this dynamic, at least to a point.
I never got a definitive answer, but I think he was used to having a rhythm section that would not be that dynamic under him.
At this point, probably the only thing that can really flip the dynamic of a particular race is a major gaffe.
I think that dynamic, that gray area really makes that interesting.The Good Wife’s Secret Weapon: Matt Czuchry on Cary Agos’s Terrible, Horrible Year|Kevin Fallon|October 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I hope our participants see the dynamic ambiance of this unique city.
For let us reiterate and reiterate: you cannot mingle and confuse the various modes of dynamic love.Fantasia of the Unconscious|D. H. Lawrence
It has dynamic relations with the world common to the experience of all the readers.The Meaning of Truth|William James
He is busied with dynamic sequences, but he persistently confines himself to static terms.The Place of Science in Modern Civilisation and Other Essays|Thorstein Veblen
To these diversifying conditions may be added many others involving a large part of the field of dynamic geology.The Andes of Southern Peru|Isaiah Bowman
The world-picture presented in this encyclopaedia is that of a dynamic universe, of phenomena in process of ceaseless change.