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noun as in point of attraction for visitors, shoppers, travelers

verb as in concentrate, draw together

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Example Sentences

In July, the Centers for Disease Control said more specifically that opioid painkillers kill someone every hour.

Who helps build convention centers and adjacent hotels so cities can attract convention business?

In 2005, the company got a call from a new, unexpected client: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

We expected to see large numbers of women visiting the centers—but instead the vast majority of patients were children.

As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has repeatedly noted, Ebola is not transferred through air.

These shipments in the past have been financed through credits drawn on European centers.

Richmond still was the center of the drama in Virginia and one of the outstanding dramatic centers in the United States.

Hardly had the war been declared when thousands of women of all classes offered themselves to different Red Cross centers.

They have formed Red Cross centers, gone off to nurse their soldiers and offered their services on battleships.

The Settlements soon become centers of education through the social activities they make possible to the people.


On this page you'll find 104 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to centers, such as: heart, place, hub, kernel, essence, and focus.

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