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|Traction||(n.) The act of drawing, or the state of ...|
|Traction||(n.) Specifically, the act of drawing a body along ...|
|Traction||(n.) Attraction; a drawing toward. ...|
|Traction||(n.) The adhesive friction of a wheel on a ...|
|Tractite||(n.) A Tractarian. ...|
|Tractitious||(a.) Treating of; handling. ...|
|Tractive||(a.) Serving to draw; pulling; attracting; as, tractive power. ...|
|Tractor||(n.) That which draws, or is used for drawing. ...|
|Tractor||(n.) Two small, pointed rods of metal, formerly used ...|
|Tractoration||(n.) See Perkinism. ...|
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