Definition of dynamic:
high-powered, zippy, changing, renascent, driving, action, projectile, propellent, peppy, propelling, strong, dynamical, forceful, snappy, spry, ever-changing, hard-hitting, participating, brisk, fighting, high-voltage, impulsive, powerful, effective, self-propelling, moral force, propulsive, resurgent, self-propelled, can-do, alive, vigorous, energizing, kinetic, energising, combat-ready, slashing, high-energy, strenuous, forcible, high-octane, propellant, high-power, active.
- active (part of speech: adjective)
- energetic (part of speech: adjective)
It is to be recognized, of course, that melody is emotional and dynamic not imitative, that its power lies in suggestion rather than in direct representation, and that its language is general; with all this I have nothing to do.- "The Holy Earth", L. H. Bailey.
- "Wagner's Tristan und Isolde", George Ainslie Hight.
Through the very definiteness of this understanding of what constitutes naval strength, Great Britain's navy until recently has remained a great potential force, becoming dynamic for only a few hours at Jutland, after which it returned to that mysterious northern base whence it seems to dominate the seas.- "The Journal of Submarine Commander von Forstner", Georg-Günther von Forstner Commentator: John Hays, Jr. Hammond.