The book thus has an attractive double “empathy,” a word that appears in all four parts.
“It was attractive because in ‘Startup Land’ or ‘Internet Land,’ everyone is focused on shiny objects,” he says.
It's hard enough to find someone who is attractive, good to you, and fun to be around.
What is it about bleakness and tedium that are so attractive, other than the fact that most people instinctively recoil from it?
Lozada is known to reality-TV fans as an attractive bully with a penchant for throwing wine bottles and stiletto pumps.
You have no idea what a sympathetic and attractive person she is; and she must be good.
The idea of a combination of toasts and stories (two-books-in-one) is attractive.
In recognition, an attractive public park was named for him.
But Natchez-on-top-of-the-hill is attractive; has always been attractive.
The Summer Garden is the largest and most attractive of these.
late 14c., "absorptive," from Middle French attractif (14c.), from attract-, past participle stem of attrahere (see attract). Meaning "having the quality of drawing people's eye or interest" is from 1580s; sense of "pleasing, alluring" is from c.1600. Related: Attractively; attractiveness.