attraction

[ uh-trak-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF attraction

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTRACTION

You will be the only attraction at this performance, and I have only you to count on for the receipts.

A ton on some other planet, where the attraction of gravity is less, does not weigh half a ton.

The weight of a load depends upon the attraction of the earth.

The place has no attraction for me without you, and it was yours first.

The earth-house had no longer any attraction for Steenie: the bonny man was not there; he was risen!

Sometimes he had found himself wondering at the phenomenon of her attraction for him.

The gravity-plates for repulsion were those in the helmet; for attraction, those in the boot-soles.

I was not insensible to all his powers of attraction; I thought him one of the most amiable of men.

Water had no attraction for him, save as a pleasant means of taking exercise.

A sort of repulsion and attraction separated and kept them together at the same time.

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