1. magnet

noun. ['ˈmægnət'] (physics) a device that attracts iron and produces a magnetic field.


  • permanent magnet
  • core
  • pole
  • device
  • field magnet
  • magnetic needle
  • magnetic pole
  • paramagnet
  • electromagnet
  • bar magnet
  • static magnet


  • pull
  • oxidize
  • oxidise
  • directness

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Rhymes with Magnet

  • magnate

How do you pronounce magnet?

Pronounce magnet as ˈmægnət.

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How do you spell magnet? Is it magent ?

A common misspelling of magnet is magent

Sentences with magnet

1. Noun, singular or mass
Place another magnet on the front of the case over the second spot where you felt the weaker pull.

2. Adjective
So, you should do a little research before you buy a pair of magnet earrings.

Quotes about magnet

1. There is a magnet in your heart that will attract true friends. That magnet is unselfishness, thinking of others first; when you learn to live for others, they will live for you.
- Paramahansa Yogananda

2. Profound joy of the heart is like a magnet that indicates the path of life.
- Mother Teresa

3. If you have put your faith in Christ and have spent significant time in the Word of God, the tough times can be like a magnet that draws you to the Lord Jesus. Nothing is going to happen - ever - that will catch Jesus Christ by surprise. He is able to help His children work through anything, and not a single thing is going to happen in the future that can change that fact.
- David Jeremiah

2. magnet

noun. ['ˈmægnət'] a characteristic that provides pleasure and attracts.


  • characteristic
  • attraction
  • attracter
  • attractor
  • attention
  • feature
  • tourist attraction


  • indirectness
  • compatibility
  • incompatibility
  • curability