1. attract strongly, as if with a magnet
    She magnetized the audience with her tricks
  2. make magnetic
    The strong magnet magnetized the iron shavings
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How To Use magnetize In A Sentence

  • Make a Mobius strip out of a ribbon of mild steel and magnetise it.
  • Magnetic ink a magnetized ink that can be read both by humans and by electronic machines.
  • The opposing magnetic intensity that must be applied to a magnetized material to residual magnetism.
  • Normal water has a pH level of around 7, while magnetized water can reach 9.2 pH after exposure to a 7000 gauss strength magnet.
  • Only a few substances can be subjected to a magnetic field and remain magnetised. The Sun
  • In respect of induction heating, a magnetizer will considerably heighten both heating efficiency of inductor and heat treatment quality of part so as to save energy.
  • The next step was to chemically link these highly specific antibodies to small magnetised polystyrene spheres.
  • Another point against which the medium should guard himself, is that of allowing others, indiscriminately, to "magnetize" him to "aid his development" or to "increase his power. Genuine Mediumship or The Invisible Powers
  • We live indoors all year, consume rubbish, and pollute the atmosphere, and then go on vacations, spending hours on end in the midday sun, which magnetizes the body's acidity to the surface as we sweat out the toxins between beers and sodas. Natalia Rose: From Sunscreen to Sunshine
  • Unless a disk is demagnetized or destroyed not simply damaged, data is generally recoverable, even if there may be gaps or missing / unrecoverable files. The Volokh Conspiracy » A New Book Coming Soon from Michael Bellesiles
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