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Definition of "attracts" []

  • To draw (notice, a crowd of observers, etc) to oneself by conspicuous behaviour or appearance (esp in the phrase attract attention) (verb)
  • To exert a force on (a body) that tends to cause an approach or oppose a separation (verb)
  • To possess some property that pulls or draws (something) towards itself (verb)
  • To exert a pleasing, alluring, or fascinating influence (upon); be attractive (to) (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of attract. (verb)

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Use "attracts" in a sentence
  • "The word 'True' in the title attracts audience and creates an illusion of truth telling."
  • "The kind of individual that attracts is the minimal government type."
  • "Sarah Palin attracts attention wherever she goes and is a Fox News contributor."