magnetically magnetically  /mæɡ ˈnɛ tɪ kə li/


  1. (adv) by the use of magnetism
  2. (adv) as if by magnetism


  1. Some detonate magnetically when they pick up the magnetic field of a passing ship.
  2. Within the complex, magnetically-coded credentials are rechecked when athletes enter the cafeteria or recreation rooms.
  3. Children in Brazil or Italy or Cameroon, by contrast, grow up with footballs magnetically attached to their feet; put five boys together and chances are a pick-up game will ensue.



    This week we take a closer look at the Moxie shower head from Kohler. It’s a rechargeable Bluetooth speaker that is magnetically connected to the sprayer. This high quality fixture is not only nice to look at, it cranks out …
    on June 19, 2013     Source: FOX 17 Grand Rapids


  1. "We knew from the start the things that draw people magnetically and keep them there for decades were the melody and the lyrics," Dawson says. "It's not about a beat or a show of emotion, like aggression, fear or sadness. So, we'd write and...
    on Jan 4, 2007 By: Jeremy Dawson Source: MCD (press release)

  2. "Something magnetically attractive led me there," Bimstein said. "There's something that draws us there - and holds us there."
    on Sep 3, 2008 By: Phillip Bimstein Source: Salt Lake Tribune

  3. "Chicken Soup for The Soul" co-author, Jack Canfield says: "Remember that your thoughts are the primary cause of everything. So when you think a sustained thought, it is immediately sent out into the Universe. That thought magnetically attaches...
    on Aug 1, 2007 By: Jack Canfield Source: (press release)

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