Definition of dynamism
dynamistplay \-mist\ noun
dynamisticplay \ˌdī-nə-ˈmis-tik\ adjective
Examples of dynamism in a Sentence
He has the dynamism of a natural leader.
voters were attracted to the young challenger's dynamism, charisma, and progressive ideas
Recent Examples of dynamism from the Web
While diversity has long been written into the code of cities, suburbs are now challenging them as the new source of social and ethnic dynamism.
Markets are a fundamental element to ensure the dynamism of an economy, but society needs institutions, society needs values, society needs rules that can interact with the markets productively.
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Origin and Etymology of dynamism
First Known Use: circa 1857
DYNAMISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dynamism for English Language Learners
: energy and a strong desire to make something happen
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