Rem"a*nent, a. [L. remanens, p. pr. of remanere. See Remain, and cf. Remnant.] Remaining; residual.
That little hope that is remanent hath its degree according to the infancy or growth of the habit.Jer. Taylor.
(Physics), magnetism which remains in a body that has little coercive force after the magnetizing force is withdrawn, as soft iron; -- called also
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