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Definition of Magnetic

  • Pertaining to the magnet; possessing the properties of the magnet, or corresponding properties; as, a magnetic bar of iron; a magnetic needle.
  • Of or pertaining to, or characterized by, the earth's magnetism; as, the magnetic north; the magnetic meridian.
  • Capable of becoming a magnet; susceptible to magnetism; as, the magnetic metals.
  • Endowed with extraordinary personal power to excite the feelings and to win the affections; attractive; inducing attachment.
  • Having, susceptible to, or induced by, animal magnetism, so called; hypnotic; as, a magnetic sleep. See Magnetism.
  • Any metal, as iron, nickel, cobalt, etc., which may receive, by any means, the properties of the loadstone, and which then, when suspended, fixes itself in the direction of a magnetic meridian.
  • having the properties of a magnet; i.e. of attracting iron or steel
  • determined by earth's magnetic fields
  • capable of being magnetized
  • of or relating to or caused by magnetism

How to use magnetic in a sentence. Magnetic pronunciation.

The leading character, the epileptic Idiot, has a magnetic charm that pulls the reader from the first, and from which it is vain to hope to escape.
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Fraser was burning to take up the gathering of Thibetan pearls of hidden knowledge, while the artful and restless Professor Alaric Hobbs was stealthily waiting Prince Djiddin's departure, but kept busied with some personal tidal and magnetic observations on Rozel Head.
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A theological class in one of the Sunday Schools of Salt Lake County was once blessed with a most magnetic and powerful teacher.
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He followed her up the stairs, and Jennie, who had been standing at the head of the stairs listening, felt the magnetic charm of his personality.
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Now he was more insistent in his observation of her-addressed an occasional remark to her-engaged her in brief, magnetic conversations.
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She was beautiful, magnetic, immensely worth while.
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This points to some obscure agency at work; whether it refers simply to the physical vigour of the fact, or to some uncomprehended magnetic or heliological cycle, is utterly unknown.
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His dark-blue eyes, magnetic in their power and sweetness, looked gravely, questioningly, into Min's stormy orbs.
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It was a large clipping from the section of one of the metropolitan journals which carries a host of such advertisements as "spirit medium," "psychic palmist," "yogi mediator," "magnetic influences," "crystal gazer," "astrologer," "trance medium," and the like.
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The Swami engaged to explain the "wonderful Karmic law," and by his method one could develop a wonderful magnetic personality by which he could win anything the human heart desired.
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Blake closed the cell door upon Gino Cressi and followed, drawn by a magnetic force he could not resist.
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There was nothing in any way tangible of which to say-"I possess this," or "I have secured that,"-for, reducing all circumstances to a prosaic level, all that I knew was that I had met in my present companion a man who had a singular, almost compelling attractiveness, and with whose personality I seemed to be familiar; also, that under some power which he might possibly have exerted, I had in an unexpected place and at an unexpected time seen certain visions or 'impressions' which might or might not be the working of my own brain under a temporary magnetic influence.
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This is the curse of 'influences'-the magnetic currents of other brains which set our own awry, and make half the trouble and mischief in the world.
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And it is nothing more than the physical force of the magnetic light-rays within you, which, being focused in a single effort, draw the roses down pliantly to your will.
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The Leonardo hands were delicate, long of finger, expressive and full of life; the hair was wavy, fluffy, sun-glossed, and it seemed as if you could stroke it, and it would give off magnetic sparks; but Leonardo's best feature was the eye-the large, full-orbed eye that looked down so that you really never saw the eye, only the lid, and the long lashes upon which a tear might glisten.
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Here enter you all ladies of high birth, Delicious, stately, charming, full of mirth, Ingenious, lovely, miniard, proper, fair, Magnetic, graceful, splendid, pleasant, rare, Obliging, sprightly, virtuous, young, solacious, Kind, neat, quick, feat, bright, compt, ripe, choice, dear, precious.
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There was something disquieting in those magnetic sapphire eyes looking so serenely into his.
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This ink ... can be rendered magnetic by means of a permanent magnet.
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In all cases a blackish magnetic residue was left undissolved.
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An approximate nearness of age, a similarity in ways of thinking, a common love of fresh air, and of the rich landscape scenery through which the coach was lumbering along,-these things, together with an indescribable magnetic something, drew us before long into one of those short-lived traveller's intimacies, in which we unbend with the more complacency because the intercourse is by its very nature transient, and makes no implicit demands upon the future.
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Examples of Magnetic

Example #1
The "lovely goodness" that Stevenson found in Dostoevski's "Downtrodden and Oppressed" shines in this story with a steady radiance.
Example #2
These novels are fully as much a contribution to the study of abnormal psychology as they are to the history of fiction.
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In the deserted second floor of an old martello tower, he had made a lair for his evening star and planetory researches, and the ingenious Yankee concealed a rope ladder in the clinging ivy which enabled him to cut off all intrusion on his eyrie.
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He had furnished the twenty-pound note which made that natty damsel doubly anxious to meet her faithful lover "Joseph Smith," to whom she now dispatched the news of the immediate return of the anxious Professor.
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Upon his death, the class had his picture framed and hung on the front wall of the room in which he had taught.
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It is impossible to measure the inspirational appeal that a single masterpiece exerts on a class of boys and girls.