- v. present participle of attract.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. That attracts.
“For 34 cents a contract, the calls attracting big volume profit if Wal-Mart shares rise beyond $60.34 by the middle of March.”
“YC's vetting process plays a big role in attracting investors.”
“While Kapoor's structure may yet succeed in attracting global attention to an impoverished corner of England, the chants of "We want Gordon Strachan out" which proved the soundtrack to the latter parts of the deserved 2-1 defeat by Leeds United on Saturday evening indicated the Scot is no longer being offered the benefit of the doubt.”
“Mr. Vanderhook believes there is a growing opportunity in attracting TV ad budgets to the Internet.”
“Your editorial correctly identifies the key challenges Malaysia faces in attracting greater investment and achieving strong, sustainable growth ( "Malaysia's Growth Muddle," Oct. 20).”
“We are making progress in attracting more women to the sciences.”
“We've been saying for years now that we're attracting from the bottom third.”
“But if this Rally succeeds in attracting normal people who simply love being reasonable, who knows where you'll end up if your strategy is just to shadow normal/reasonable people through the streets of Washington?”
“But if this Rally succeeds in attracting normal people who simply love being reasonable, who knows where you'll end up?”
“Jenkins said the new United would surpass Delta in attracting prized corporate travelers, who value convenient schedules to places they need to go.”
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