Common misspellings for magnetic:
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Definition of magnetic:
- Any metal, as iron, nickel, cobalt, etc., which may receive, by any means, the properties of the loadstone, and which then, when suspended, fixes itself in the direction of a magnetic meridian.
- Any metal, as iron, nickel, cobalt, & c., which may receive the properties of the loadstone.
- determined by earth's magnetic fields; " magnetic north"; " the needle of a magnetic compass points to the magnetic north pole"
- having the properties of a magnet; the ability to draw or pull; " an attractive force"; " the knife hung on a magnetic board"
- Alt. of Magnetical
- Pertaining to, exhibiting, or produced by, the magnet, or its power of attraction; hence, having the power to attract; as, a magnetic personality; magnetic needle, a slim bar of steel, charged with the forces of attraction, which, swinging in a compass, indicates the earth's force of attraction, and hence, approximately, the north and south line.
- Relating to a magnet; possessing magnetism.
- Pertaining to, or having the properties of, the magnet; attractive.
- Pertaining to the magnet or magnetism; having the properties of the magnet; attractive. Magnetic battery, a combination of magnets with their poles similarly disposed. Magnetic equator, the line round the globe where the needle has no dip. Magnetic fluid, a fluid assumed to account for magnetism. Magnetic induction, power in a magnet of imparting its qualities to certain other substances. Magnetic meridian, the direction indicated by a freely suspended needle. Magnetic pole, the pole where the needle dips vertically.