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dynamism (n.)

1831, "dynamic energy, force, drive," from Greek dynamis "power, might, strength" (see dynamic (adj.)) + -ism. As a name for philosophical systems that require some force to explain the phenomena of nature, by 1857.

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Definitions of dynamism

dynamism (n.)
any of the various theories or doctrines or philosophical systems that attempt to explain the phenomena of the universe in terms of some immanent force or energy;
dynamism (n.)
active strength of body or mind;
Synonyms: vigor / vigour / heartiness
dynamism (n.)
the activeness of an energetic personality;
Synonyms: pizzazz / pizzaz / oomph / zing
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