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Used to explain the phenomenon of dissimilar people taking a strong or romantic interest in each other.‘Clearly, opposites attract, but fortunately, the film doesn't follow typical romantic movie conventions’‘would such opposites attract, or would these two conflicting musical spirits lock horns and fight it out?’
- ‘Psychologists often find that opposites attract in couples with personality disorders.’
- ‘And it certainly wasn't a case of opposites attract.’
- ‘The old saying that opposites attract clearly comes into play here.’
- ‘It's true what they say - opposites attract.’
- ‘That's the kind of place where opposites attract.’
- ‘Clearly, opposites attract but, fortunately, the film doesn't follow typical romantic movie conventions.’
- ‘Our closeness seemed to confirm the old saying that opposites attract.’
- ‘George and Lennie are the perfect example of how opposites attract.’
- ‘Instantly, opposites attract and the two form a unique love connection.’
- ‘"You know opposites attract," Christina said.’
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