In general, an attraction draws one object towards another one.A term may have the following specific meanings:
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... The walk-through attraction is dark throughout and uses lighting, smells, mist and make-up to add effect ... Saw – Movie Bites was a temporary attraction as part of the park's 2009 Halloween 'Fright Nights' event ... The attraction did not return for the 2010 Fright Nights event ...
... A separate lake at nearby Lakh village hosts some similar species, though the relative ecology is somewhat different ... The best time to visit is December to February. ...
... Silly Symphony Swings is a "wave swinger" attraction in Paradise Pier, at Disney California Adventure, at the Disneyland Resort in California ... Concert conductor Mickey Mouse conducts the attraction from high atop, synchronized with the music ... film series, the name was applied to the attraction due to its apparent symphony storyline ...
... In general, an attraction draws one object towards another one.A term may have the following specific meanings In physics, attraction may refer to gravity or to the electromagnetic force ...
... leads to the new river dam "El Carrizo" that has been converted into a tourist attraction for diving, boating, fishing, and more ... The town's most attractive attraction is that of its religious festivities during the month of November to the virgin Sagrario and in December to the saint Lazarus, as well as the ...
More definitions of "attraction":
- (noun): The force by which one object attracts another.
Synonyms: attractive force
- (noun): An entertainment that is offered to the public.
- (noun): The quality of arousing interest; being attractive or something that attracts.
Example: "Her personality held a strange attraction for him"
Famous quotes containing the word attraction:
“The great object in life is Sensationto feel that we exist, even though in pain; it is this craving void which drives us to gaming, to battle, to travel, to intemperate but keenly felt pursuits of every description whose principal attraction is the agitation inseparable from their accomplishment.”
—George Gordon Noel Byron (17881824)
“Without contraries is no progression. Attraction and repulsion, reason and energy, love and hate, are necessary to human existence.”
—William Blake (17571827)
“The wretchedness of failure is the great attraction of success.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)