Are there any design patters that can only be used for dynamically typed languages and not for statically typed languages?

Since statically typed programming languages do type checking (verifying and enforcing the constraints of types) at compile-time, one has to ensure type consistency at compilation stage itself.

However, for a language like Python, we can leverage different behaviours for different data types at runtime by making use of functions like isinstance()

What I want to know about is has anyone been able to come up with a design patter (even for a specific use case) that is not possible to be implemented in a statically typed programming language?