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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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The company wants to attract another class of investor.
UK-Based Oil and Gas Engineering Company Attracts, Develops and Retains Key Talent Across Its Global Business With the Help of Saba
A more demanding academic path may even attract, rather than detract, qualified African Americans.
As Paid builds its celebrity services business, its plans to expand beyond musical artists and athletes to service a broad range of events and online communities that attract large numbers of loyal fans on a consistent basis.
In revitalized neighborhoods such as Williamsburg, Prospect Heights, Clinton Hill and Cobble Hill, we attract traditional "downtown" Manhattan buyers, usually comprising a younger demographic that makes up the largest percentage of buyers in today's market.
Lovejoy loves to plant borage to attract the aptly named aphid lions, the offspring of lacewings.
As for Shaffer, he admits that the slots tend to be more popular than the horse racing and that an exact number of the people they attract for horse racing is difficult to determine.
The 150-hour requirement for new CPAs, which now has been enacted by 24 states, with the possibility of legislation being passed by up to 10 more states by mid-1993, should help the profession attract brighter, better-trained accounting graduates.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio's Third Frontier Commission recently approved two projects that will positively impact Ohio's ability to identify and attract cutting-edge bioscience companies from around the world.
What methods do local officials employ to successfully attract industry?
Aside from its ability to attract giant swallowtails, fennel is also a magnet to hover flies.
The molecules' tips exposed to the world are negatively charged and attract water, but the molecules' midsections shun water.
A growth mandate steering committee struck by the city last January came up with 10 theme areas to identify and review those projects and choose a more focussed course of action to attract new and complimentary business to the city.
The South Florida Technology Alliance (SFTA) connects technology leaders to collaborate resources to attract, retain, and expand the talented workforce, to facilitate business development and strategic partnerships, and to attract growth capital and buyers to the South Florida technology community.
Regarding the role of real estate, the report states: "The availability of modern real estate--whether for offices, retail or industrial--is a catalyst to attract businesses to these emerging countries.