magnetism

[ mag-ni-tiz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF magnetism

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAGNETISM

In the unlimited power of her magnetism, what a trifle she had asked of him!

They felt his magnetism, like the hum when you pass a power station.

They ascribed it to some change in the magnetism of the iron shell and disk.

The steel behaves as if it were isolated from its own magnetism.

If magnetism be an antecedent factor, magnetism may be its product.

Let us go for universals; for the magnetism, not for the needles.

It isn't anything, as positively distinguished from heat or magnetism or life.

The set was wrecked when the magnetism—or whatever it was—took hold of us.

It is really a monograph on magnetism written in the thirteenth century.

She felt the magnetism of her companion's words, his compelling gaze.

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