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1. attractive

adjective. ['əˈtræktɪv'] pleasing to the eye or mind especially through beauty or charm.

Synonyms

  • taking
  • seductive
  • captivating
  • magnetic
  • glossy
  • charismatic
  • inviting
  • winsome
  • cute
  • pleasing
  • engaging
  • fascinating
  • hypnotic
  • prepossessing
  • attractiveness
  • winning
  • mesmeric
  • cunning
  • showy
  • enchanting
  • enthralling
  • entrancing
  • spellbinding
  • piquant
  • irresistible
  • bewitching
  • personable
  • dinky
  • photogenic
  • fetching
  • beautiful

Antonyms

  • unattractive
  • uninviting
  • unattractiveness
  • unseductive
  • ugly

Etymology

  • attractivus (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Attractive Feature

  • preacher
  • gleacher
  • creature
  • bleacher
  • teacher
  • peacher
  • beecher
  • beacher

2. attractive

adjective. ['əˈtræktɪv'] having power to arouse interest.

Antonyms

  • unglazed

Etymology

  • attractivus (Latin)

3. attractive

adjective. ['əˈtræktɪv'] having the properties of a magnet; the ability to draw or pull; .

Synonyms

  • magnetic force
  • magnetic attraction

Antonyms

  • unsexy
  • antimagnetic
  • dull

Etymology

  • attractivus (Latin)

4. feature

noun. ['ˈfiːtʃɝ'] a prominent attribute or aspect of something.

Synonyms

  • attracter
  • centrepiece
  • dimension
  • centerpiece
  • attractor
  • attribute
  • external
  • peculiarity
  • invariant
  • facet
  • excellence
  • aspect
  • sex characteristic
  • safety feature
  • characteristic
  • badge
  • contour
  • excellency
  • property
  • distinctive feature
  • sexual characteristic
  • attraction
  • distinguishing characteristic
  • magnet
  • sex character

Antonyms

  • variable
  • directness
  • safeness
  • indirectness

Etymology

  • feture (Anglo-Norman)
  • faiture (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

5. feature

noun. ['ˈfiːtʃɝ'] the characteristic parts of a person's face: eyes and nose and mouth and chin.

Synonyms

  • brow
  • temple
  • face
  • jowl
  • body part
  • mentum
  • forehead
  • jaw
  • human face
  • chin
  • cheek

Antonyms

  • internal
  • domestic
  • intrinsic
  • inward

Etymology

  • feture (Anglo-Norman)
  • faiture (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

6. feature

verb. ['ˈfiːtʃɝ'] have as a feature.

Synonyms

  • wear
  • carry
  • have
  • imply
  • burst
  • own
  • say
  • hold
  • bristle
  • pack
  • brim
  • star
  • have got
  • bear
  • possess
  • boast
  • unite
  • involve
  • give off
  • abound
  • combine
  • read
  • take

Antonyms

  • crookedness
  • straightness
  • solvability
  • isotropy

Etymology

  • feture (Anglo-Norman)
  • faiture (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. feature

verb. ['ˈfiːtʃɝ'] wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner.

Synonyms

  • sport
  • boast

Antonyms

  • unsolvability
  • solubility
  • anisotropy

Etymology

  • feture (Anglo-Norman)
  • faiture (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

8. feature

noun. ['ˈfiːtʃɝ'] the principal (full-length) film in a program at a movie theater.

Synonyms

  • film
  • picture
  • motion picture
  • motion-picture show
  • flick
  • pic
  • Western
  • horse opera
  • feature film
  • moving picture
  • movie
  • picture show

Antonyms

  • dullness
  • angularity
  • roundness
  • straight

Etymology

  • feture (Anglo-Norman)
  • faiture (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

9. feature

noun. ['ˈfiːtʃɝ'] a special or prominent article in a newspaper or magazine.

Synonyms

  • feature article
  • mag
  • paper
  • article
  • newspaper

Antonyms

  • incurableness
  • uncharacteristic
  • atypical
  • sharpness

Etymology

  • feture (Anglo-Norman)
  • faiture (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

10. feature

noun. ['ˈfiːtʃɝ'] an article of merchandise that is displayed or advertised more than other articles.

Synonyms

  • merchandise
  • drawing card
  • ware
  • leader
  • product

Antonyms

  • thinness
  • misconception
  • cheerfulness
  • uncheerfulness

Etymology

  • feture (Anglo-Norman)
  • faiture (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

Example sentences of the word attractive-feature


1. Noun Phrase
Slate roofs are an attractive feature of many older British buildings but their dark colour means that bird droppings can be very obvious, even from a distance.

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