traction

142 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[tɹˈakʃən], [tɹˈakʃən], [t_ɹ_ˈa_k_ʃ_ə_n]
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Synonyms for Traction:

attraction (noun)

affinity, allure, allurement, appeal, attraction, attractiveness, charm, draw, enticement, fascination, gravitation, lure, magnetism, pull, temptation.

traction (noun)

drawing, pulling, purchase, tugging, yanking.

Other synonyms and related words:

absorbance, absorption, acupressure, acupuncture, adduction, adherence, adhesion, adhesive friction, advantage, aftercare, amplitude, anaesthesia, analgesia, anesthesia, aromatherapy, attractance, attractivity, bag, balance, bobby pin, bonding, buckle, calorific, capillarity, capillary attraction, cartage, carting, centripetal force, clasp, clench, clip, clutch, clutches, constriction, contraction, delineation, detachment, dispersion, dodging, draft, drag, dragging, draught, draughtsman, draughty, drawing, drayage, exportation, extension treatment, extraction, ferry, foothold, footing, force, freight, friction, gestation, grasp, gravity, grip, gripe, gripping power, hairgrip, handgrip, handle, haul, haulage, hauling, heaving, hold, hug, importation, intensity, interchange, mutual attraction, passage, pocket, portage, porterage, pressure, propulsion, pulling power, push, rake, representation, resorption, shifting, shipment, shoveling, strain, stress, stretch, stretching, suction, suitcase, sympathy, tautness, tenseness, tension, tightness, toehold, tow, towage, towing, tractive power, transit, transition, translation, transmission, transplantation, transport, transportation, transposition, transumption, traveling bag, tug, tug-of-war, vection, vectitation, vectransit, vecture, wafture.

Rhymes for Traction:

  1. infraction, subtraction, reaction, extraction, inaction, retraction, transaction;
  2. fraction, faction, action;
  3. contraction, abstraction, diffraction, distraction, attraction;
  4. satisfaction, liquefaction, interaction;
  5. dissatisfaction;

Quotes for Traction:

  1. Firstly the cars aren't too complicated. They have no traction control, for example, which means you can spin if you try too hard and damage your tires if you're not careful with your driving style. Nigel Mansell.