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Synonyms for attract

Synonyms for attract

to direct or impel to oneself by some quality or action

to arouse the interest and attention of

Synonyms for attract

direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes

exert a force on (a body) causing it to approach or prevent it from moving away

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Akut could not understand what Korak saw in her to attract him.
The sides of the latter were crowded with men gazing shoreward, and it was evident to Clayton, as to the others who had now joined him, that the gun which they had heard had been fired to attract their attention if they still remained at the cabin.
He never spoke except in reply to a direct question, which more often than not had to be repeated before it could attract his attention.
Brady stepped close in and finished him with a shot in the base of the brain lest his terrific roarings should attract his mate or others of their kind.
In the midst of his trouble the Hunter saw a Showman passing by, and managed to attract his attention.
They crowded upon him more thickly, however, now there were no passing objects to attract his attention; and the one idea was always uppermost, that some stroke of ill- fortune must have occurred so calamitous in its nature that all were fearful of disclosing it to him.
They approached his house by a back entrance, lest they should attract the notice of the crowd, and went into an upper room which faced towards the street; the windows, however, in common with those of every other room in the house, were boarded up inside, in order that, out of doors, all might appear quite dark.
Vizacom attracts top, established companies as clients, including: Martha Stewart Living, Verizon Communications, WPP Group, and Viacom.
They produce CIO Perspectives and the CIO 100 Symposium & Awards Ceremony, which traditionally attracts 300-400 attendees, and target CIOs who share similar visions on ways to create new business value, increase ROI and leverage technology in strategic new ways.
Although called BioPartnering North America, the conference attracts an international audience representing top tier biotech and biopharmaceutical companies from all over the world," commented Dr.
Quickly rising to a position of leadership in the industry, the site now attracts over a half million unique users each month.
The Middle East currently attracts less than 1 per cent of the estimated world pool of FDI funds, according to Dr Omar bin Sulaiman, the director-general of DIFC, who recently told the World Economic Forum that the GCC countries "are investing significantly more in other countries outside the region than they are receiving".
For example, the toyon - a large, berry-producing shrub - attracts fruit-eating birds such as the northern mockingbird or the cedar waxwing.
The Practical Accountant's Practice Innovation Awards attracts many leading-edge firms.
The Show also attracts the buyers, designers and users of AV technology, including IT professionals, architects, facilities managers, engineers, presentations designers, end users, sales and marketing staff and meeting planners.