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dynamism

[ dahy-nuh-miz-uhm ]
/ ˈdaɪ nəˌmɪz əm /
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noun

any of various theories or philosophical systems that seek to explain phenomena of nature by the action of force.Compare mechanism (def. 8), vitalism (def. 1).
great energy, force, or power; vigor: the dynamism of the new governor.
Psychology. a habitual mode of reducing or eliminating tension.

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Origin of dynamism

First recorded in 1825–35; dynam- + -ism

OTHER WORDS FROM dynamism

dy·na·mist, noundy·na·mis·tic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for dynamism

dynamism
/ (ˈdaɪnəˌmɪzəm) /

noun

philosophy any of several theories that attempt to explain phenomena in terms of an immanent force or energyCompare mechanism (def. 5), vitalism
the forcefulness of an energetic personality

Derived forms of dynamism

dynamist, noundynamistic, adjective
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