- resulting in to-draw almost or adhere by physical power: Magnetic poles are interested in their particular opposites.
- To arouse or compel the interest, admiration, or attention of: We were drawn because of the show of lights.
- To draw to, or cause to will; esp. to cause to approach, adhere, or combine; or even trigger to resist divulsion, separation, or decomposition.
- to attract by impact of a moral or psychological type; to engage or fix, since the brain, attention, etc.; to invite or allure.
- to obtain or use the power of attraction.
- To pull toward without touching
- To arouse interest
- to produce somebody feel sexually excited
- direct toward it self or yourself in the shape of some emotional energy or actual qualities
- be popular with
- use a force on (a body) causing it to approach or avoid it from moving away
- Attraction; in plural, appealing characteristics; charms.
- to attract in, to, or toward by direct technical agency or activity of any kind.
- To draw to or toward (it self) by inherent real force; cause to gravitate toward or cohere with.
- to-draw by other than actual impact; invite or attraction; win: as, to attract interest; to attract admirers.
- Synonyms To entice, fascinate, charm.
- to own or exert the power of destination: because, its a house of matter to entice.
- Figuratively, becoming appealing or winning: as, their ways are determined to entice.
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