2. Having or showing a lot of energy: "Haley was a dynamic speaker and so she presented an exciting and dynamic performance."
3. Highlighted by physical force or energy: "Trent's dynamic behavior was reflected in his inability to sit quietly."
2. Someone or something that may cause arguments or trouble: "The death penalty is still political dynamite."
3. Informal use, exciting and very impressive or pleasing: "Edmond's new musical album is dynamite."
"The rock band put on a performance that the audience described as being dynamite."
The dynamic duo toured the country singing about the dangers of using dynamite for road repairs.
Dynamite explodes with such dynamic energy that it can easily harm houses, sidewalks, etc.
The engineers were skilled in the use of dynamite which they used to implode a building that was dangerously damaged.2. An informal use meaning something that is very exciting or wonderful: The increase in hip replacements has been described as dynamite because they are highly effective in relieving pain and restoring better mobility.
3. Something that can be exceptionally dangerous: The allegations made regarding the political candidate are political dynamite.
The anti-government rebels were dynamiting the subway tracks in the city.