magnetize[ mag-ni-tahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF magnetize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAGNETIZE
Put a vision in front of one of these currents and you can magnetize it in that direction.
Then magnetize the needle, and keep the magnetoscope in your book.
(B) Magnetize the needle so that its point will be a N pole.
Men had wondered how an electrical discharge could magnetize steel.
Thus you can magnetize the needle by using the other needle.
Samuel Ludvigh was willing that I should magnetize him directly.
In trying to magnetize our beam of heat, we will adopt this arrangement.
Let it soak deeply into the tissue, it will magnetize your body, and renew it with youth.
Once he offered to magnetize me in the manner of Monsieur P———.
Still she never moved; the sea at her feet seemed to magnetize her, and draw her to it with some unseen power.