What is another word for dynamical?

Pronunciation: [da͡ɪnˈamɪkə͡l] (IPA)

Dynamical is a word that describes movement, energy and excitement. Some synonyms for dynamical include energetic, lively, active and vibrant. These words can be used interchangeably in different contexts to describe a range of scenarios that involve intense activity, movement or change. For example, a person who is always on the go and constantly moving around can be described as being energetic or lively. Similarly, a city that is bustling with activity, bright lights and a vibrant nightlife can be described as being dynamic. The use of synonyms like energetic and lively can help to add depth and variety to your writing and expression.

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What are the opposite words for dynamical?

The word "dynamical" is used to describe something that is characterized by constant change, activity or progress. Its antonyms are words that express the opposite meaning. One antonym is "static," which describes something that is unchanging, stagnant, or motionless. Another antonym is "fixed," which implies something that is firmly established, settled, or unalterable. "Stagnant" is also an antonym of "dynamical," which refers to something that is dull, inactive, and without progress. "Stationary" implies something that is not moving, still, or immobile, and it is another antonym of "dynamical." Finally, "unchanging" is an antonym that describes something that is permanent, constant, or steadfast.

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Usage examples for Dynamical

It is impossible, then, in view of the parts of knowledge which belong to the lower end of the scale of rationality, to regard reality as a whole as the maximum of rationality; for either a purely dynamical, a purely mathematical, or a purely logical, realm would be more rational.
"The Approach to Philosophy"
Ralph Barton Perry
Here again dynamical considerations must be invoked for the reply.
"The Story of the Heavens"
Robert Stawell Ball
It is not, however, possible to decide a dynamical question by merely superficial reasoning of this character.
"The Story of the Heavens"
Robert Stawell Ball

Famous quotes with Dynamical

  • The interface between an industrial economy and the biosphere is what the industrial nation state can’t handle. So the new culture isn't based on nation state turf; it's based on biological, ecological processes, so the atmosphere is more the model than the land. And the science that would describe the processes of the atmosphere are more the new complex dynamical sciences, chaotic systems of clouds, rather than the clods.
    William Irwin Thompson
  • The rude, discursive Thinker is the Scholastic (Schoolman Logician). The true Scholastic is a mystical Subtlist; out of logical Atoms he builds his Universe; he annihilates all living Nature, to put an Artifice of Thoughts (, literally Conjuror's-trick of Thoughts) in its room. His aim is an infinite Automaton. Opposite to him is the rude, intuitive Poet: this is a mystical Macrologist: he hates rules and fixed form; a wild, violent life reigns instead of it in Nature; all is animate, no law; wilfulness and wonder everywhere. He is merely dynamical. Thus does the Philosophic Spirit arise at first, in altogether separate masses. In the stage of culture these masses begin to come in contact, multifariously enough; and, as in the union of infinite Extremes, the Finite, the Limited arises, so here also arise "Eclectic Philosophers" without number; the time of misunderstanding begins. The most limited is, in this stage, the most important, the purest Philosopher of the second stage. This class occupies itself wholly with the actual, present world, in the strictest sense. The Philosophers of the first class look down with contempt on those of the second; say, they are a little of everything, and so nothing; hold their views as the results of weakness, as Inconsequentism. On the contrary, the second class, in their turn, pity the first; lay the blame on their visionary enthusiasm, which they say is absurd, even to insanity.
    Novalis
  • All thinking is of disturbance, dynamical, a state of unrest tending towards equilibrium. It is all a mode of classifying and of criticising with a view of knowing whether it gives us, or is likely to give us, pleasure or no.
    Samuel Butler (novelist)
  • “If it be urged that the action of the potato is chemical and mechanical only, and that it is due to the chemical and mechanical effects of light and heat, the answer would seem to lie in an inquiry whether every sensation is not chemical and mechanical in its operation? whether those things which we deem most purely spiritual are anything but disturbances of equilibrium in an infinite series of levers, beginning with those that are too small for microscopic detection, and going up to the human arm and the appliances which it makes use of? whether there be not a molecular action of thought, whence a dynamical theory of the passions shall be deducible? Whether strictly speaking we should not ask what kind of levers a man is made of rather than what is his temperament? How are they balanced? How much of such and such will it take to weigh them down so as to make him do so and so?”
    Samuel Butler (novelist)

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