Definition of Demagnetizers
1. demagnetizer [n] - See also: demagnetizer
Lexicographical Neighbors of Demagnetizers
Literary usage of Demagnetizers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Machinist Grinding Book: Modern Machines and Appliances, Methods by Fred Herbert Colvin, Frank Arthur Stanley (1912)
"This does not demagnetize the work, but demagnetizers ate made for this purpose. These are only necessary where the remaining magnetism is objectionable in ..."
2. The Magnet by Lida Abbie Churchill (1903)
"Injustice or meanness are great demagnetizers. A strong purpose, the mastery of something, industry, honesty, fearlessness, and the habit of looking for ..."
3. American Watchmaker and Jeweler: An Encyclopedia for the Horologist, Jeweler by George Henry Abbott Hazlitt (1898)
"... magnetism and the use of various demagnetizers; electro-plating, bronzing and staining all metals; gauges of all kinds, and directions for using; ..."