Examples of magnetize in a Sentence
Her performance magnetized the audience.
the store's gorgeous window displays never fail to magnetize shoppers and sightseers
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Miranda, in the film version, is an ethereal blonde who waltzes into the wilderness as her acolytes follow, magnetized by her hazy aura.
And at the top of the QB list, while every other name on the massive board was horizontally magnetized, four vertical QB nametags were at the top.
Equally keen not to be eclipsed, Hublot is at the precipice of unveiling a Big Bang crafted of the same lodestone owned and used by 6BC philosopher Thales of Miletus and which has been magnetized by the forcefield surrounding Zeus’s lightning bolts.
In addition to plain ol’ good looks, Sheridan has two things you just can’t learn as an actor: the kind of energy the camera seeks out, and eyes that magnetize it.
The windings are magnetized by the charge and push against the stationary ring of magnets that surround it, forcing the armature assembly to spin.
His thick russet thatches exist in a state of perpetual tousle, as though magnetized by the invisible energy of some faraway Tesla coil.
Dinner smells from the lodge windows magnetize the bears, which, tourists complain, come begging for food rather than exhibit wild behavior.
Generator nails the lobby, bringing in DJs and other acts to magnetize their communal spaces.
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MAGNETIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of magnetize for English Language Learners
: to cause (something) to become magnetic
: to attract and hold the interest of (someone)
MAGNETIZE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of magnetize
magnetizablealso British magnetisable play \-ˌtī-zə-bəl\ adjective
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