Definition of Dynamises

1. Verb. (third-person singular of dynamise) ¹



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Definition of Dynamises

1. dynamise [v] - See also: dynamise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dynamises

dynamical
dynamical system
dynamical systems
dynamically
dynamicist
dynamicists
dynamicity
dynamick
dynamics
dynamimeter
dynamimeters
dynamin
dynamins
dynamise
dynamised
dynamises (current term)
dynamising
dynamism
dynamisms
dynamist
dynamistic
dynamists
dynamitard
dynamitards
dynamite
dynamite roll
dynamite rolls
dynamited
dynamiter
dynamiters

Literary usage of Dynamises

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1. The Chronic Diseases, Their Specific Nature and Their Homeopathic Treatment by Charles Julius Hempel, Samuel Hahnemann (1846)
"Farther trituration and dilution develops and dynamises the power ot gold still more, so that I now use, very ofien, only the smallest part of a grain of ..."

2. Some Bible Problems by David Worthington Simon (1898)
"... to pray, to worship; dynamises us to be meek and gentle, considerate and unselfish, to love and serve, to be noble and act nobly, to become like Christ, ..."

3. Innovative Networks: Co-Operation in National Innovation Systems by Oecd (2001)
"Feedback (interactions) dynamises systems; the greater the interaction among the components of a system, the more dynamic it is. ..."

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