attractions[ uh-trak-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF attractions
Synonyms for attractions
- drawing power
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTRACTIONS
Still, on the whole, the village is not without its attractions.
They heard the whispers of mercy, and felt the attractions of grace.
By the kindness of her nature, as well as by her attractions, she had won his heart.
Ask the lover who kneels in homage to one who has no attractions for others.
Hence the attractions of towns or the delights of travel empty our villages.
Her beauties were ripened, and her attractions spread themselves in the face of day.
I will dazzle her senses with all the attractions that the globe of earth has to boast.
The refinement and the multiplicity of pleasures also diminish the attractions of marriage.
To be told that a thing was dangerous was to add to its attractions.
In association, similarities and attractions are felt and differences are forgotten.