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verb as in lure

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This showed that meteorite impacts alone can create strong magnetic fields that magnetize rocks nearby.

This small piece of lunar glass was formed and magnetized by a meteorite impact and could explain the strong magnetic readings from the past.

This came to a head when one anti-vaccine doctor suggested in an Ohio hearing that the coronavirus vaccine was magnetizing people to the point where they could stick keys, forks and spoons to the vertical surfaces of their bodies.

State GOP officials have repeatedly invited extreme vaccine skeptics to testify to promote claims that include that the coronavirus vaccine magnetizes its recipients, among other wild theories.

Simulations suggest that the event was a magnetorotational hypernova, created in the death of a rapidly spinning, highly magnetized star at least 25 times the mass of the sun.

Make a small horseshoe magnet from a piece of the very best steel obtainable, and magnetize it to as high a strength as possible.

If we magnetize a wire placed east and west, it will retain this polarity until freed by vibrations, as already remarked.

A similar phenomenon takes place if we magnetize a rod held vertically in the direction of earth's magnetism.

(B) Magnetize the needle so that its point will be a N pole.

Men had wondered how an electrical discharge could magnetize steel.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to magnetize, such as: allure, attract, charm, draw, entice, and fascinate.

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