American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To make magnetic.
- v. To attract, charm, or influence: a campaign speech that magnetized the crowd.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To communicate magnetic properties to: as, to magnetize a needle.
- To attract as if by a magnet; move; influence.
- To put under the influence of animal magnetism; mesmerize; hypnotize.
- To acquire magnetic properties; become magnetic: as, a bar of iron standing some time in an inclined position will magnetize. Also spelled magnetise.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To communicate magnetic properties to; to make magnetic.
- v. To attract as a magnet attracts, or like a magnet; to move; to influence.
- v. To bring under the influence of animal magnetism.
- v. attract strongly, as if with a magnet
- v. make magnetic
- magnet + -ize (Wiktionary)
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