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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
- Attraction (emotion) or attractiveness
- Interpersonal attraction, the attraction between people which leads to friendships and romantic relationships
- Physical attraction, attraction on the basis of beauty
- Sexual attraction, attraction on the basis of sexual desire
- Tourist attraction, a place of interest where tourists visit
- Attraction (grammar), the process by which a relative pronoun takes on — that is, is "attracted to" — the case of its antecedent
- Law of Attraction (New Age), a belief that mental disposition will attract similar results
- Attraction (horse) (foaled 2001)
- The Attractions, backing band for Elvis Costello
See also 
- All pages beginning with "Attraction"
- All pages with titles containing "Attraction"
- Attract (disambiguation)
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