Examples of magnetize in a Sentence
Her performance magnetized the audience.
the store's gorgeous window displays never fail to magnetize shoppers and sightseers
Recent Examples of magnetize from the Web
Generator nails the lobby, bringing in DJs and other acts to magnetize their communal spaces.
Many South Floridians and others around the nation monitored the drama on television, magnetized by the possibility — the hope — that Cunanan was cornered, about to be caught.
The recent heavy rain has created instant ponds and lakes, such as the ones covering the Sawgrass Mills parking lots, magnetize mosquitoes.
Dinner smells from the lodge windows magnetize the bears, which, tourists complain, come begging for food rather than exhibit wild behavior.
Los Angeles has been magnetizing designers with a stronger pull lately.
Mr. O’Connell certainly has the potential to become one — the intensity, the emotional commitment, the ability to magnetize attention when projecting regular-guyness — even if his attempt at an outer-borough Noo Yawk accent grates on the ears.
Aside from all the audiovisual collectibles up for sale, Record Store Day gives indie shops nationwide a chance to magnetize their community’s musical support with a day of contests, giveaways and in-store concerts.
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First Known Use of magnetize
Synonymsallure, beguile, bewitch, captivate, enchant, fascinate, kill, charm, wile, witch [archaic]
Related Wordsdisarm, draw, entice, lure, pull, seduce, tempt; delight, gratify, please; arrest, enrapture, enthrall (or enthral), entrance; appeal (to), interest, intrigue; beckon, court, invite, solicit, woo
Near Antonymsdisgust, offend, repel, revolt; annoy, displease, irk; bore, tire, weary
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
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