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Definition of "adynamic" [ad•y•nam•ic]

  • Not dynamic; without strength or vigor. (adjective)

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Use "adynamic" in a sentence
  • "We need to complete the single market and create adynamic and greater growth in the EU to help us out of these problems.9.03pm: They've rung the Wall Street bell - where the Dow Jones industrial average finighed 48 points lower at 12422 so down 0.4%, mirroring London's fall."
  • "If during this process negative electrons hold the preponderance in the body, the fever is of a feeble, adynamic type."
  • "There are some who are always suspicions that people are insincere in praise or friendly words; they hate being fooled, they know of no criterion of sincerity and such people are in an adynamic state most of the time."
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