Dynamic adjective - Having active strength of body or mind.
Usage example: a dynamic new challenger for the title of heavyweight champion
Strong is a synonym for dynamic in powerful topic. In some cases you can use "Strong" instead an adjective "Dynamic", when it comes to topics like energetic.
Both words in one sentence
- The Hunger Games feature this dynamic with Katniss, the physically powerful and talented archer, and Peeta - The Social Expert (while he is quite strong, he isn't very skilled in battle).
Source: Strong Girl, Smart Guy
- Altogether they have strong vibes of Dysfunction Junction or Breakfast Club, although the group dynamic tends more towards True Companions.
- The movie goes to great lengths to explain that without a strong family dynamic, one may never feel at home anywhere, even if they do get everything they originally thought they wanted.
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