Attractive may refer to:
- Physical attractiveness
- Attractive or repulsive force (physics)
- Attractive nuisance doctrine, a legal concept
Other articles related to "attractive":
... babies gained weight more quickly and were discharged sooner than the less attractive babies ... A study in 1999 by Perlini, Bertolissi, and Lind, showed photographs of attractive and unattractive younger and older women to first-year university students and to senior citizens ... attributed more positive qualities to attractive women – regardless of their age ...
... For males and females, there are three highly attractive individuals, three moderately attractive individuals, and three highly unattractive individuals ... measures are looks, which consist of three levels (very attractive, moderately attractive, and highly unattractive) and the personality, which again has three ...
... the "wearer's" vision, making unattractive people appear beautiful, or at least passably attractive ... have personality traits that mean they find people more attractive, whether or not they are under the influence of alcohol at the time ... adult women (who were wearing makeup) more attractive after consuming alcohol, the alcohol did not interfere with their ability to determine a woman's age ...
... The Attractive Young Rabbi was a BBC Radio 4 comedy series of three series from 1999 to 2002, written by Barry Grossman ... Oberman is Reform Rabbi Su Jacobs, the attractive young rabbi of the title, and clashes with de Keyser's Orthodox Rabbi Abraham Fine, a very traditional rabbi ...
... Riverbank tussock sedge or Emory's sedge, is a very attractive and functional native plant for stormwater applications ... Bluish green shoots appear in late March in Zone 6, rapidly elongating to attractive, bright green foliage that reaches 24 to 30 inches by late May ... The foliage remains upright and attractive throughout the growing season unless battered by severe storms or deep floodwater ...
Famous quotes containing the word attractive:
“The most attractive sentences are, perhaps, not the wisest, but the surest and roundest. They are spoken firmly and conclusively, as if the speaker had a right to know what he says, and if not wise, they have at least been well learned.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“It is a tribute to the peculiar horror of contemporary life that it makes the worst features of earlier timesthe stupefaction of the masses, the obsessed and driven lives of the bourgeoisieseem attractive by comparison.”
—Christopher Lasch (b. 1932)
“The intellect,that is miraculous! Who has it, has the talisman: his skin and bones, though they were of the color of night, are transparent, and the everlasting stars shine through, with attractive beams.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)