verb (used with object), mag·net·ized, mag·net·iz·ing.
Examples from the Web for magnetise
When she wanted to be cheerful, she requested Kerner to magnetise the water she drank, by playing the Jew's-harp.Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions|Charles Mackay
No cruel inhuman despot could magnetise with an enduring fascination multitudes of men and women as he did.The Tragedy of St. Helena|Walter Runciman
A doctor will magnetise water and cure his patient therewith.
If you magnetise a long bar of iron you will find that its length is actually altered.Autobiography of an Electron|Charles R. (Charles Robert) Gibson
He will magnetise a cloth, and the cloth, laid on the seat of pain, will heal.