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attract (someone's) attention
to cause someone to notice you
The strange behavior of the man attracted the policeman's attention.
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  • avail oneself of (something)
  • avenue of escape
  • avoid (someone or something) like the plague
  • back and forth
  • back down (from someone or something)
  • back in circulation
  • back in circulation
  • back of beyond
  • back off
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  • let out (someone) or let (someone) out
  • change the subject
  • need (something) like (one needs) a hole in the head
  • eagle eye
  • if worst comes to worst
  • make sense of (something)
  • a good deal of (something)
  • break loose (from someone or something)
  • whip up (something) or whip (something) up
  • make (someone's) flesh crawl

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