Definition of attract:
get in, move in, quarter, delineate, take in, string, draw out, extract, displume, imbibe, decoy, sop up, collect, win, close in, rend, turn on, line, guide, depict, gain, pass, like, get out, tear, rip, withdraw, eviscerate, draw, cajole, perpetrate, reap, interest, draw off, rive, puff, run, beguile, pull-in, pull out, tie, curl, soak up, draw and quarter, pluck, make, cast, tempt, coax, fascinate, root for, suck up, retract, excite, disembowel, deplumate, deplume, clear, realise, overstretch, invoke, appeal, realize, curl up, trace, pull back, take up, absorb, intrigue, take out, take, bring in, commit, force, describe, suck in, earn, suck, thread, draw in, pull up, get, inveigle.
- "Anna St. Ives", Thomas Holcroft.
- "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- "The Mayor's Wife", Anna Katherine Green.