attractive


attractive
Synonyms and related words:
absorbing, acceptable, adductive, adorable, aesthetic, aesthetically appealing, agreeable, alluring, appealing, appetizing, arresting, attracting, attrahent, beauteous, beautiful, beguiling, bewitching, blandishing, bonny, cajoling, captivating, catching, charismatic, charming, coaxing, come-hither, comely, consuming, coquettish, delightful, desirable, dragging, drawing, elegant, enchanting, endowed with beauty, engaging, engrossing, enravishing, enthralling, enticing, entrancing, enviable, exciting, exotic, exquisite, eye-filling, fair, fascinating, fetching, fine, flirtatious, flowerlike, glamorous, good-looking, graceful, gracile, gripping, handsome, heart-robbing, heavy, holding, hypnotic, interesting, intriguing, inviting, irresistible, likable, lovable, lovely, luring, luxurious, magnetic, magnetized, mesmeric, mesmerizing, mouth-watering, obsessing, obsessive, piquant, pleasing, prepossessing, pretty, provocative, provoquant, pulchritudinous, pulling, ravishing, seducing, seductive, sensuous, siren, sirenic, spellbinding, spellful, sympathetic, taking, tantalizing, teasing, tempting, thrilling, tickling, titillating, titillative, to be desired, toothsome, tugging, unobjectionable, voluptuous, winning, winsome, witching, worth having

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  • Attractive — At*tract ive, a. [Cf. F. attractif.] 1. Having the power or quality of attracting or drawing; as, the attractive force of bodies. Sir I. Newton. [1913 Webster] 2. Attracting or drawing by moral influence or pleasurable emotion; alluring;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Attractive — may refer to: * Physical attractiveness * Attractive or repulsive force (physics). * Attractive nuisance doctrine, a legal concept …   Wikipedia

  • attractive — I adjective adorable, agreeable, alluring, appealing, attracting, attrahent, beauteous, beautiful, beckoning, becoming, beguiling, bewitching, captivating, catching, catchy, charming, comely, delightful, desirable, drawing, elegant, enchanting,… …   Law dictionary

  • Attractive — At*tract ive, n. That which attracts or draws; an attraction; an allurement. [1913 Webster] Speaks nothing but attractives and invitation. South. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • attractive — late 14c., absorptive, from M.Fr. attractif (14c.), from attract , pp. stem of attrahere (see ATTRACT (Cf. attract)). Meaning having the quality of drawing people s eye or interest is from 1580s; sense of pleasing, alluring is from c.1600.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • attractive — alluring, charming, fascinating, bewitching, enchanting, captivating (see under ATTRACT) Analogous words: lovely, fair, *beautiful, bonny, pretty, comely: luring, enticing, tempting, seductive (see corresponding verbs at LURE) Antonyms: repellent …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • attractive — [adj] appealing, drawing attention adorable, agreeable, alluring, beautiful, beckoning, bewitching, captivating, charming, comely, enchanting, engaging, enthralling, enticing, fair, fascinating, fetching, glamorous, good looking, gorgeous,… …   New thesaurus

  • attractive — ► ADJECTIVE 1) pleasing or appealing to the senses. 2) arousing interest. 3) relating to attraction between physical objects. DERIVATIVES attractively adverb attractiveness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • attractive — [ə trak′tiv] adj. [ME < LL attractivus] that attracts or has the power to attract; esp., pleasing, charming, pretty, handsome, etc. attractively adv. attractiveness n …   English World dictionary

  • attractive — adj. VERBS ▪ be, look ▪ She looked attractive and beautifully dressed. ▪ become, grow ▪ He had grown more attractive with age. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • attractive — [[t]ətræ̱ktɪv[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADJ GRADED A person who is attractive is pleasant to look at. She s a very attractive woman... I thought he was very attractive and obviously very intelligent... He was always immensely attractive to women. Ant:… …   English dictionary


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