attraction

Incantation vs Attraction - What's the difference?

incantation | attraction | Related terms |

Incantation is a related term of attraction.


As nouns the difference between incantation and attraction

is that incantation is the act or process of using formulas and/or usually rhyming words, sung or spoken, with occult ceremonies, for the purpose of raising spirits, producing enchantment, or creating other magical results while attraction is the tendency to attract.

Intake vs Attraction - What's the difference?

intake | attraction |


As nouns the difference between intake and attraction

is that intake is the place where water or air is taken into a pipe or conduit; opposed to outlet while attraction is the tendency to attract.

As a verb intake

is to take or draw in (in all the senses of the noun).

Conjuration vs Attraction - What's the difference?

conjuration | attraction | Related terms |

Conjuration is a related term of attraction.


As nouns the difference between conjuration and attraction

is that conjuration is conjuring, legerdemain or magic while attraction is the tendency to attract.

Experimentation vs Attraction - What's the difference?

experimentation | attraction |


As nouns the difference between experimentation and attraction

is that experimentation is experimentation while attraction is the tendency to attract.

Curious vs Attraction - What's the difference?

curious | attraction |


As an adjective curious

is (lb) fastidious, particular; demanding a high standard of excellence, difficult to satisfy.

As a noun attraction is

the tendency to attract.

Curiosity vs Attraction - What's the difference?

curiosity | attraction |


As nouns the difference between curiosity and attraction

is that curiosity is (obsolete) careful, delicate construction; fine workmanship, delicacy of building while attraction is the tendency to attract.

Influence vs Attraction - What's the difference?

influence | attraction |


As a verb influence

is .

As an adjective influence

is influenced.

As a noun attraction is

the tendency to attract.

Attraction vs Appreciation - What's the difference?

attraction | appreciation |


As nouns the difference between attraction and appreciation

is that attraction is the tendency to attract while appreciation is appreciation.

Startled vs Attraction - What's the difference?

startled | attraction |


As an adjective startled

is frightened.

As a verb startled

is (startle).

As a noun attraction is

the tendency to attract.

Shocked vs Attraction - What's the difference?

shocked | attraction |


As an adjective shocked

is surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback.

As a verb shocked

is (shock).

As a noun attraction is

the tendency to attract.

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