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Attraction

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Noun

1. attraction, attractive force

the force by which one object attracts another

2. attraction

an entertainment that is offered to the public

3. attraction, attractiveness

the quality of arousing interest; being attractive or something that attracts

Example Sentences:
'her personality held a strange attraction for him'

4. attracter, attraction, attractive feature, attractor, magnet

a characteristic that provides pleasure and attracts

Example Sentences:
'flowers are an attractor for bees'

5. attracter, attraction, attractor, draw, drawing card

an entertainer who attracts large audiences

Example Sentences:
'he was the biggest drawing card they had'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Attraction

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noun
1. 
the act, power, or quality of attracting
2. 
a person or thing that attracts or is intended to attract
3. 
a force by which one object attracts another, such as the gravitational or electrostatic force
4. 
a change in the form of one linguistic element caused by the proximity of another element

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Attraction

see synonyms of attraction
noun
1. 
the act of attracting or condition of being attracted
2. 
power to attract; charm or fascination
3. 
anything that attracts or is meant to attract
“coming attractions” at the movies
4.  Physics
the mutual action by which bodies or particles of matter tend to draw together or cohere
see also repulsion

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Attraction

see synonyms of attraction
n.
1. The act or capability of attracting.
2. The quality of attracting; charm.
3.
a. A feature or characteristic that attracts.
b. A person, place, thing, or event that is intended to attract: The main attraction was a Charlie Chaplin film.
4. A force exerted between bodies that tends to draw or hold them together, such as gravitational force or the electric or magnetic force between bodies of opposite polarity.

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