Dynamist
Dynamist Dy"na*mist, n. One who accounts for material phenomena by a theory of dynamics. [1913 Webster]

Those who would resolve matter into centers of force may be said to constitute the school of dynamists. --Ward (Dyn. Sociol. ). [1913 Webster]


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