attraction

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  • It is open to the public all year round as an historical attraction.
  • In addition, he always had a powerful attraction to beautiful young men.
  • The little room between the first and the ground floor one of the main attractions is offered.
  • The last and most common form of love is sexual attraction and passion.
  • Many attractions based on the local natural environment have been created.
  • Jim went to work at a local department store but still felt the attraction of being in show business.
  • She thus became one of the main attractions of the historic concert.
  • If they come to us and want help understanding their same sex attractions, our offices are open.
  • The attraction between male and female is the basic principle of material existence.
  • The town's name has brought some attention that has helped it become a tourist attraction.
  • The area has been the home of notable people, and it has notable attractions and points of interest.
  • The structure became a national attraction that drew thousands to the Village.
  • This area is possibly the most visited in Italy and contains many popular attractions.
  • Shortly after recording his first album he formed the Attractions as his backing band.
  • The location of the township makes this area a very popular attraction for many people in surrounding areas.
  • Increased control over life demands is one of its main attractions.
  • Since then it has promoted itself as a tourist attraction with its historic buildings and special events.
  • He killed those men because he wanted to kill the source of his homosexual attraction to them.
  • Bridge Square and the surrounding downtown area remain a strong cultural attraction for the city.
  • The main attraction for local residents in the region is the wide variety of shops.
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Words starting with attraction

Meaning of attraction

  • noun The force by which one object attracts another
  • noun An entertainment that is offered to the public
  • noun The quality of arousing interest; being attractive or something that attracts
    her personality held a strange attraction for him
  • noun A characteristic that provides pleasure and attracts
    flowers are an attractor for bees