verb (used with object), mag·net·ized, mag·net·iz·ing.
- magnetizing force,
Origin of magnetize
Examples from the Web for magnetize
To magnetize the iron we must force some of these atomic loops to turn part way around.Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son|John Mills
A similar phenomenon takes place if we magnetize a rod held vertically in the direction of earth's magnetism.
Magnetize your body by walking thru the dew barefooted, by sleeping on the grass, or half buried in the sand.Supreme Personality|Delmer Eugene Croft
Or rather, you must magnetize him many times to get him en rapport with a jest.
She asked again for my hand which she had rejected, and, while holding it, attempted to magnetize the sufferer.Life Without and Life Within|Margaret Fuller