magnetic

[ mag-net-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF magnetic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAGNETIC

He could follow his target as though a magnetic power attracted his rifle.

Then there came a stir at the door, the magnetic thrill that foreruns a Somebody.

The contact of her brave lips drove a magnetic flow of confidence into the man.

The magnetic influence cannot be seen--is this a reason that it does not operate?

But she expected the effect of her performance to be magnetic.

How could we ever escape the terrific power of the magnetic ray?

All matter is magnetic in some degree, and that implies polarity.

Next, it should be remembered that all the elements are magnetic in some degree.

Magnetic, as when any conductor is in a changing magnetic field.

Electric action, like magnetic action, begins and ends in matter.

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