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Spell Check of magnetic

Correct spelling: magnetic

Common misspellings for magnetic:

  • magentic (21%)
  • magnectic (19%)
  • magetic (8%)
  • megnetic (7%)
  • magnatic (6%)
  • magnitic (5%)
  • mangetic (4%)
  • manetic (4%)
  • maganetic (3%)
  • magnetick (3%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for magnetic:

  1. An' when the word was given, away he would rush an' tear, As if a thousand witches was rumplin' up his hair, An' craze the other horses with his magnetic charm, Till every hoof- beat sounded a regular fire- alarm!
  2. Thus iron is sensitive to anything magnetic.
  3. He lived to see our city connected with the West, the South, and the North, by steamships whose tonnage would in those days have been pronounced fabulous, by railways, and by the magnetic telegraph.

Quotes for magnetic:

  1. It's- as opposed to tape where you have a magnetic tape that's excited by frequencies that you hit, digital was a process where musical sounds are transferred to numbers and stored as numbers. - Herb Alpert
  2. A grocer is attracted to his business by a magnetic force as great as the repulsion which renders it odious to artists. - Honore de Balzac
  3. Faith is not a notion, but a real strong essential hunger, an attracting or magnetic desire of Christ, which as it proceeds from a seed of the divine nature in us, so it attracts and unites with its like. - William Law
  4. According to well -known electrodynamic laws, an electron moving in a magnetic field is acted upon by a force which runs perpendicular to the direction of motion of the electron and to the direction of the magnetic field, and whose magnitude is easily determined. - Pieter Zeeman
  5. In the absence of a magnetic field the period of all these oscillations is the same. But as soon as the electron is exposed to the effect of a magnetic field, its motion changes. - Pieter Zeeman