attractivity

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attractivity

  1. The quality or degree of attractive power or influence.
    • 1841, Zoé de Gatti de Gamond [authoress of French original; English translatrix unknown], The Phalanstery; or, Attractive Industry and Moral Harmony, introduction, page xxiii
      This voice, this unity, is the true attractivity which is to redeem man.

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