ferromagnetic

adjective
fer·ro·mag·net·ic | \ˌfer-ō-mag-ˈne-tik \

Definition of ferromagnetic 

: of or relating to substances with an abnormally high magnetic permeability, a definite saturation point, and appreciable residual magnetism and hysteresis

Other Words from ferromagnetic

ferromagnet \ˈfer-ə-ˌmag-nət \ noun
ferromagnetism \ˌfer-ō-ˈmag-nə-ˌti-zəm \ noun

First Known Use of ferromagnetic

1896, in the meaning defined above

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