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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceHomework Help · 1 decade ago

help with these 2 questions?

1. What other term is very similar to "dynamic" when you're analyzing character?

2. What other term is very similar to "static" when you're analyzing character?

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  • momomo
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    1 decade ago
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    1.dynamic

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Definition: active, vital

    Synonyms: activating, aggressive, changing, charismatic, coming on strong, compelling, driving, effective, electric, energetic, energizing, enterprising, forceful, forcible, go-ahead, go-getter, go-getting, highpowered, hyped-up, influential, intense, lively, lusty, magnetic, peppy*, play for keeps, play hard ball, potent, powerful, productive, progressive, red-blooded, strenuous, vehement, vigorous, vitalizing, zippy

    * = informal/non-formal usage

    2. Main Entry: static

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Definition: motionless, changeless

    Synonyms: at a standstill, constant, deadlocked, fixed, format, gridlocked, immobile, immovable, inactive, inert, latent, passive, rigid, stabile, stable, stagnant, stalled, standing still, stationary, sticky, still, stopped, stuck, unchanging, unfluctuating, unmoving, unvarying

    Source(s): thesaurus.reference.com
  • 1 decade ago

    1. Charismatic?

    2. Passive? Reliable? Unchanging?

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