a literary or dramatic character who undergoes little or no inner change; a character who does not grow or develop.
a literary character who remains basically unchanged throughout a work
noun 1. the adhering of clothing to other clothing or a person’s body, caused by an accumulation of static electricity in the materials, especially those containing synthetic fibers. noun the property or state of a material charged with static electricity sticking to another material
- Static convulsion
static convulsion stat·ic convulsion (stāt’ĭk) n. See saltatory spasm.
- Static database management system
database (static DBMS) A database consisting of “information-based relationships”, one that is rigorously structured to facilitate retrieval and update in terms of inherent relationships. This creates a static environment wherein the locations of the related records are already known. Typical static DBMS are either hierarchical (IMS, System 2000) or a CODACYL (network or plex) DBMS […]
- Static dbms
static database management system