magnetize magnetize


  1. (v) make magnetic
  2. (v) attract strongly, as if with a magnet


  1. The aristocrats on board, aided by the dancing girl, try to magnetize the ship's compass so that they can steer for Sebastopol without letting Kylenko find out about it.
  2. Machines then crush the ore, magnetize it and roll it into pea-sized pellets that are then baked to produce a product that is richer per ton than natural ore.
  3. Lightning, when it strikes, creates an electrical field in coils which magnetize the strips.


  • Presley said in her blog that she "became very ill and emotionally/spiritually exhausted in my quest to save [Jackson] from certain self-destructive behavior and from the awful vampires and leeches he would always manage to magnetize around him."
    on Jun 26, 2009 By: Lisa Marie Presley Source: FOXNews

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untenable untenable
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