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- magnetism (n.)
- 1610s, from Modern Latin magnetismus (see magnet + -ism). Figurative sense of "personal charm" is from 1650s; in the hypnotic sense it is from Mesmer (see mesmerism). Meaning "science of magnetics" is recorded from early 19c.
- 1. There was no doubting the animal magnetism of the man.
- 2. He wrote about Gillespie's effervescence, magnetism and commitment.
- 3. Later, she would describe his magnetism as irresistible.
- 4. She exudes sexual magnetism.
- 5. We know about magnetism by the way magnets act.
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