Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of magnetize.
  • adjective That has been made magnetic

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective having the properties of a magnet; i.e. of attracting iron or steel

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In 1949, Gian Carlo Wick, with whom I had done some work on the scattering of polarized neutrons in magnetized iron while still a graduate student at Chicago University, invited me to be his assistant at the University of California in Berkeley.

    Jack Steinberger - Autobiography

  • I would especially like to thank Mike W. for going to all of the trouble to glue a few extra planes together, and to get them painted, and "magnetized" in short order.

    MINI WARGAMING: Revisiting the Great War (14 October 2006)

  • I would especially like to thank Mike W. for going to all of the trouble to glue a few extra planes together, and to get them painted, and "magnetized" in short order.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • I would especially like to thank Mike W. for going to all of the trouble to glue a few extra planes together, and to get them painted, and "magnetized" in short order.

    MINI WARGAMING: Dogfight at MWSS!

  • I would especially like to thank Mike W. for going to all of the trouble to glue a few extra planes together, and to get them painted, and "magnetized" in short order.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • And for this reason they should be particularly on guard against allowing themselves to be "magnetized" or influenced psychically by persons of whom they know nothing.

    Genuine Mediumship or The Invisible Powers

  • Transmission of these higher and finer forces, whether directly, telepathically or by means of some physical agent, such as magnetized water, a charm or simile, etc., is the modus operandi in all the different forms of ancient and modern magic, white or black.

    Nature Cure

  • As Burleigh and Ewing "magnetized" portions of their subject's brain -- each area corresponding to a different "phrenological organ," -- she described her responses to the crowd.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • As Burleigh and Ewing "magnetized" portions of their subject's brain -- each area corresponding to a different "phrenological organ," -- she described her responses to the crowd.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • Jordan was also "magnetized" to the ball - had a nose for where the play would go.

    Phoenix New Times | Complete Issue

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