Examples of magnet in a Sentence
the giant theme park is a magnet for tourists to the area
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Between its natural beauty, its temperate climate and Canada’s liberal immigration policies, the city has become a magnet for foreign buyers, especially from China.
At a time when African-Americans had little access to other social clubs, the Excelsior became a magnet.
His Washington hotel, just steps from the White House, has become a magnet for foreign governments seeking to influence his administration, including groups tied to Kuwait, Bahrain, Turkey, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia.
His Washington hotel, just blocks from the White House, has become a magnet for foreign governments seeking to influence his administration, including groups tied to Kuwait, Bahrain, Turkey, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia.
Both Civic Center and 16th Street Mission stations have become magnets for the homeless and the mentally ill, and the sites of injection drug use in recent years.
Founded in 1957 by white banker Jim Stewart (Robert Lenzi) with financial and emotional help from his sister Estelle Axton (Mary Jo Mecca), the label became a magnet for black artists creating a distinctive brand of soul music.
As cities have become magnets for minorities and young professionals, the GOP has compensated by peeling off congressional districts in some white, blue-collar places like upstate New York, northern Michigan, and southern West Virginia.
The Ruth's Chris at North Broad and Orleans became a magnet for local political insiders, who flocked to the steak house to eat and drink -- and, often, to argue.
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Origin and Etymology of magnet-
MAGNET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of magnet for English Language Learners
: a piece of material (such as iron or steel) that is able to attract certain metals
: something or someone that attracts people or things
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