dy·nam·ic [dī námmik] adj 1. vigorous and purposeful: full of energy, enthusiasm, and a sense of purpose and able both to get things going and to get things done 2. active and changing: characterized by vigorous activity and producing or undergoing change and development
Companies look to hire dynamic employees that will be both driven and adaptable.
We all had a dynamic sense of the future--everyone wanted to see our efforts come to fruition.
She laughed uncontrollably, smirking at the dynamic landscape, the dynamic energy, everything so dynamic--complete kaleidoscopic pandemonium.
I applauded the dynamic performance--so full of life!
The dynamic environment of the business world keeps small business owners constantly occupied with new trends, especially changes in the international, environmental, and technological fields.
The art was visually dynamic, never leaving the eye a moment of peace, always creating a sense of rapid forward movement.