Attractive vs. Beautiful

By Jaxson

  • Attractive (adjective)

    Causing attraction; having the quality of attracting by inherent force.

  • Attractive (adjective)

    Having the power of alluring by agreeable qualities; enticing.

    “That’s a very attractive offer.”

  • Attractive (adjective)

    Pleasing or appealing to the senses, especially of the opposite sex.

    “He is an attractive fellow with a trim figure.”

  • Beautiful (adjective)

    Attractive and possessing beauty.

    “Anyone who has ever met her thought she was absolutely beautiful.”

    “There’s a beautiful lake by the town.”

  • Beautiful (adjective)

    Pleasant; clear.

    “It’s beautiful outside, let’s go for a walk.”

  • Beautiful (adjective)

    Well executed.

    “The skater performed a beautiful axel.”

  • Attractive (adjective)

    pleasing or appealing to the senses

    “an attractive village”

    “foliage can be as attractive as flowers”

  • Attractive (adjective)

    (of a person) appealing to look at; sexually alluring

    “a stunningly attractive, charismatic man”

  • Attractive (adjective)

    having qualities or features which arouse interest

    “the site is close to other prestige schemes which should make it attractive to developers”

  • Attractive (adjective)

    relating to attraction between physical objects

    “the attractive force between the magnets and the metal plate”

Oxford Dictionary

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