Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a dynamic manner; as regards dynamics.
- adv. Of a dynamic nature; variable or constantly changing nature.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In accordance with the principles of dynamics or moving forces.
- adv. in a forceful dynamic manner
- dynamic + -ally (Wiktionary)
“Microsoft has developed what it calls dynamically updated "live tiles" that show real-time content.”
“Microsoft has developed what it calls dynamically updated "live tiles" that show real-time.”
“The fact that AIML files can be reloaded and 'learned' dynamically is also a huge factor in choosing PyAIML.”
“On clicking the image, I want to pop up a panel which will have a list of certain values (obtained dynamically from the code behind).”
“Thanked 9 Times in 9 Posts changing the href of a tag dynamically”
“They would, in short, dynamically use Obama's webpage and content as a way to generate money and support.”
“The Greenland ice sheet, in particular, is not simply melting but melting "dynamically" -- that is, it is collapsing in parts as meltwater seeps down through crevices and speeds up its disintegration.”
“HOLMES: We continue to follow this massive fire, called a dynamically moving fire by fire officials out there.”
“You could launch with N + X servers, where each of the N servers is predetermined to one of your designated styles and all X servers are free-form until they crystallize -- but wouldn't offering predetermined servers undermine somewhat the idea of dynamically adaptive gameplay?”
“It looks like FDL supports RSS and by clicking on the orange icon in the URL area, if you are using Firefox, you will have the current article titles dynamically listed in your bookmarks.”
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