Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Don't you see that it attracts all the nourishment to itself, and hinders this side from growing?

It's Emil bein' thin an' weakly an' bloodless, I reckon, that attracts him.

Romance, more than cupidity, is what attracts the gold-brick investor.

This attracts the insects to them, when they are easily captured with a small net.

He is of that deep, mercurial disposition that attracts women.

In many cases, it is purely and simply love of the game that attracts.

The beauty in its variegated stone with the sunlight upon it attracts me.

He attracts attention, whether he speaks or plays or is just silent.

This attracts all the bits of gold, and makes them combine with itself.

Gaul, attracts Attila, 22; changed by Clovis' conversion, 190.