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affinity a strong sense of liking; a natural attraction or sympathy. [2/5 definitions]
attract to have or use the power of attraction. [1/3 definitions]
attractive having qualities that draw others; having the power of attraction. [1/2 definitions]
call the attraction or fascination of something. [1/22 definitions]
crush a strong but transient romantic attraction, or the person who is the object of this. [1/11 definitions]
draw something that draws an audience; attraction. [1/19 definitions]
Eiffel Tower a 984-foot iron tower, constructed in Paris for the International Exposition of 1889, and now a popular tourist attraction.
electricity a physical phenomenon caused by the movement of certain charged particles such as electrons, esp. between points having different electrical charges, and seen in naturally occurring phenomena such as lightning and magnetic attraction and repulsion. [1/4 definitions]
electroscope a device used for detecting small amounts of electric charge, usu. by using metal foil to show attraction or repulsion.
feature something used as an attraction or inducement; option. [1/9 definitions]
gravitation the force of mutual attraction, as between planets, stars, or particles. [1/3 definitions]
gravity gravitational attraction or movement. [1/4 definitions]
headliner a performer who is advertised as a main attraction; star.
homosexual of, relating to, or exhibiting sexual attraction toward others of the same sex as oneself. [1/2 definitions]
infatuated having a strong and somewhat irrational attraction to or passion for someone or something.
invitation an allurement or attraction, often unspoken. [1/3 definitions]
love to have a strong attachment or attraction to; like intensely. [1/10 definitions]
lover one who has strong affection for or attraction to someone or something. [1/4 definitions]
mesmerism the theories and practices of Franz Mesmer, esp. those involving hypnotism and magnetic attraction of living beings.
neutron star an extremely dense star, composed mostly of neutrons, with very powerful gravitational attraction.
-philia love of; tendency toward; attraction to, esp. of an abnormal nature or degree.