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Dynamic

Correct spelling for dynamic

Medical definition of dynamic:

Relating to power or force; causal, kinetic.

Usage examples for dynamic:

  • It left no doubt of the swift dynamic effect upon the election, now close at hand. "The Lash, – Olin L. Lyman"
  • Talc and slate are almost the only mineral products which owe their value principally to dynamic metamorphism. "The Economic Aspect of Geology, – C. K. Leith"
  • The essence of music is movement, and it can represent certain dynamic ideas. "Wagner's Tristan und Isolde, – George Ainslie Hight"

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