Definition of Dynamists

1. Noun. (plural of dynamist) ¹



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Definition of Dynamists

1. dynamist [n] - See also: dynamist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dynamists

dynamicity
dynamick
dynamics
dynamimeter
dynamimeters
dynamin
dynamins
dynamise
dynamised
dynamises
dynamising
dynamism
dynamisms
dynamist
dynamistic
dynamists (current term)
dynamitard
dynamitards
dynamite
dynamite roll
dynamite rolls
dynamited
dynamiter
dynamiters
dynamites
dynamitic
dynamiting
dynamitism
dynamitist
dynamitists

Literary usage of Dynamists

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1. Historical Sketches of the Town of Leicester, Massachusetts, During the by Emory Washburn (1874)
"Thus do we extend the Unity into the Trinity, yet confine the Trinity undiminished within the Unity." l C.—COMPROMISE BETWEEN THE dynamists AND ..."

2. Christian Philosophy, God: Being a Contribution to a Philosophy of Theism by John Thomas Driscoll (1900)
"It owes its origin to Leibnitz and its defenders are called dynamists. They maintain that matter is not purely passive. Ordinary observation, they tell us, ..."

3. Text Book of Homoeopathy by Eduard von Grauvogl (1870)
"One sees that the real foundation of attenuations drives the dynamists from ... If the dynamists wish to see their ideas adopted, they should first prove ..."

4. The Mechanism of the Universe, and Its Primary Effort-exerting Powers: The by Augustus Fendler (1874)
"The idealists and the dynamists are right in asserting that in its ultimate composition matter (as well as substance generally) consist altogether of ..."

5. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne (1913)
"I. dynamists, OR ... or dynamists, have no claim to the title, for they did not start from the monarchy of God, and their error is strictly Christological. ..."

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