1. gravitational

adjective. ['ˌgrævɪˈteɪʃənəl'] of or relating to or caused by gravitation.

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Words that Rhyme with Gravitational Attraction

  • dissatisfaction
  • satisfaction
  • liquefaction
  • transaction
  • subtraction
  • extraction
  • distraction
  • contraction
  • abstraction
  • retraction
  • infraction
  • diffraction
  • classaction
  • telaction
  • interaction
  • exaction
  • reaction
  • inaction
  • fraction
  • faction

2. attraction

noun. ['əˈtrækʃən'] the force by which one object attracts another.

Synonyms

  • force
  • attractive force
  • chemical bond
  • gravitation
  • magnetism
  • gravitational force
  • van der Waal's forces
  • bond
  • gravitational attraction
  • magnetic attraction
  • gravity
  • magnetic force

Antonyms

  • extraordinariness
  • goodness
  • positivity
  • popularity

3. attraction

noun. ['əˈtrækʃən'] the quality of arousing interest; being attractive or something that attracts.

Synonyms

  • attractiveness
  • temptingness
  • lure
  • showstopper
  • drawing power
  • allure
  • quality
  • come-on
  • show-stopper
  • sexual attraction
  • enticement
  • allurement
  • binding
  • fascination

Antonyms

  • unattractiveness
  • unattractive
  • attractive
  • ugliness

4. attraction

noun. ['əˈtrækʃən'] an entertainment that is offered to the public.

Synonyms

  • counterattraction
  • travelog
  • show

Antonyms

  • fidelity
  • worthlessness
  • infidelity
  • unfaithfulness

5. attraction

noun. ['əˈtrækʃən'] a characteristic that provides pleasure and attracts.

Synonyms

  • characteristic
  • attracter
  • magnet
  • attractor
  • attention
  • feature
  • tourist attraction

Antonyms

  • wholesomeness
  • inutility
  • generality
  • fruitfulness

6. attraction

noun. ['əˈtrækʃən'] an entertainer who attracts large audiences.

Synonyms

  • draw
  • entertainer
  • drawing card
  • attractor

Antonyms

  • clarity
  • power
  • unsuitableness
  • improbability

Example sentences of the word gravitational-attraction


1. Noun Phrase
Newton determined that the gravitational attractions between the planets as they got closer and farther from one another were playing into the motion of the planets.

2. Noun Phrase
It explains why the gravitational attraction between two objects drops off quickly as they separate, much more quickly than if changing the mass of either or both of them.

3. Noun Phrase
It is impossible to determine exactly how much hydrogen there is on Earth; as it has such a low density, it escapes the planet's gravitational attraction.

4. Noun Phrase
A force can result from direct contact, such as a child pushing a wagon, or from action at a distance, such as the gravitational attraction the Earth exerts on the moon.

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