|erotic attraction to corpses||necrophilism|
|(Archaic) love, have great affection for; feel a passionate attraction to||belove|
|abnormal attraction to filth (Psychiatry)||mysophilia|
|abnormal sexual attraction to children, pedophilia||paedophilia|
|accumulation of substance on surface, attraction of a gas or liquid to the surface of a solid (Chemistry)||adsorption|
|act of drawing, act of drawing; attraction; lottery; contest which ends in a tie (Sports); natural channel, gully, allow a current of air through, approach, arrive at a conclusion or inference, attract people, attract; pull; pull out; sketch, depict wi...||draw|
|act of sticking or adhering to a surface; attachment, devotion; agreement; abnormal growing together of separate body tissues (Medicine), intermolecular attraction, joining of body parts, non-slippiness, sticking power, support||adhesion|
|addition, attraction of matter by gravity, expansion or increase due to gradual build-up or additions; growth, increase in size; added part, addition; growing together or joining of separate parts, increase in landmass, increase in size of continents||accretion|
|adult with sexual desire for children, person who suffers from pedophilia, person with an abnormal sexual attraction to young children (also paedophile)||pedophile|
|antigen-antibody attraction, attraction; closeness; liking; likeness, avidity, connection, feeling of identification, kinship by marriage, likelihood of chemical reaction, similarity in structure, somebody attractive||affinity|
|appealing, aroused, arousing desire, causing sexual arousal, erotic; appealing, attractive; concerned with sex||sexy|
|appearance, characteristic, prominent quality; facial structure; full-length film; attraction; regular column (in a newspaper); attribute, advantage, positive quality of a program(Computers); function, capability (i.e. of a software program), character...||feature|
|appearing or shown with main attraction, providing support; encouraging, comforting; able to bear a weight or load, secondary||supporting|
|area of gravitational attraction||gravitational field|
|arousing sexual feelings, erotic poem, poem which speaks of sexual love, marked by sexual desire, pertaining to sexual passion; arousing or stimulating sexual desire||erotic|
|attracted to same sex, of homosexuality, one who is sexually attracted to members of the same sex, relating to or characterized by sexual attraction to members of the same sex, somebody attracted to same sex||homosexual|
|attraction caused by a chemical substance, cell movement caused by chemical stimulus||chemotaxis|
|attraction of liquid surface to solid, capillarity||capillary action|
|attraction to neural tissue; influence on the nervous system||neurotropism|
|attraction to same sex, sexual attraction to members of the same sex||homosexuality|
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