human dynamo


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n human dynamo a highly energetic and indefatigable person
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In literature:

Very foolish he was about her, very foolish for a piece of human machinery driven by the dynamo of a human will.
"The Last Shot" by Frederick Palmer
Young Mr. Mayfair admired himself as being something of the human dynamo.
"No. 13 Washington Square" by Leroy Scott
The "human dynamo" is a man who long ago learned the lesson of scientific management of his own mental forces.
"Initiative Psychic Energy" by Warren Hilton
The restless throb of the human dynamo was lower and more subdued.
"Ben Blair" by Will Lillibridge
She was a perfect human dynamo of force and energy.
"The Land of Promise" by D. Torbett
There was a clean-cut forcefulness even in his drinking, typical of the human dynamo of will-power within.
"Swirling Waters" by Max Rittenberg
The head is the power-house of the human plant, with the brain the dynamo as the source of every possible human energy.
"The No Breakfast Plan and the Fasting-Cure" by Edward Hooker Dewey
But no dynamo ever invented has the power that is centered in the dynamic will of a human being.
"Sex=The Unknown Quantity" by Ali Nomad
Captain Fulton was another human dynamo in their midst.
"The Red Year" by Louis Tracy
HUMAN DYNAMO: Any man who gets everything charged.
"The Roycroft Dictionary" by Elbert Hubbard

In news:

"Good things come to those who wait" seems a strange adage to apply to a human dynamo like Solon attorney Caryn Groedel — but it fits.