Definition of magnetic:
- 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.
- Any metal, as iron, nickel, cobalt, & c., which may receive the properties of the loadstone.
Common misspellings for magnetic:
- magentic (21%)
- magnectic (19%)
- magetic (8%)
- megnetic (7%)
- magnatic (6%)
- magnitic (5%)
- mangetic (4%)
- manetic (4%)
- maganetic (3%)
- magnetick (3%)
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Rhymes for magnetic:
- acetic, aesthetic, ascetic, athletic, cosmetic, emetic, frenetic.
- alphabetic, anesthetic, apathetic, arithmetic, diabetic, dietetic.
- apologetic, diamagnetic, epigenetic, ferromagnetic, geomagnetic.
- diuretic, empathetic, energetic, genetic, homiletic, hyperkinetic, kinesthetic, kinetic, paramagnetic, pathetic, peripatetic, phonetic, poetic, prophetic, prosthetic, sympathetic, synthetic, unsympathetic.
- electromagnetic, parasympathetic, parthenogenetic, unapologetic.