Definition of attractive
- an attractive smile
- an attractive offer
- attractive forces between molecules
An attractive woman greeted us at the door.
The camera has many attractive features at a very attractive price.
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aesthetic (also esthetic), beauteous, beautiful, comely, cute, drop-dead, fair, fetching, good, good-looking, goodly, gorgeous, handsome, knockout, lovely, lovesome, pretty, ravishing, seemly, sightly, stunning, taking, well-favored;
abhorrent, abominable, bad, disagreeable, disgusting, dreadful, foul, frightful, ghastly, horrible, loathsome, nasty, nauseating, objectionable, offensive, repellent (also repellant), repugnant, repulsive, revolting, shocking, sickening, terrible, vile;
: having a pleasing appearance; especially : having a pleasing appearance that causes romantic or sexual feelings in someone
: having a feature or quality that people like
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to grant as a privilege or special favor
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