Definition of drawcard in English:

drawcard

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Pronunciation: /ˈdrɔːkɑːd
 
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noun

informal
A quality or feature that evokes interest or liking; an attraction: most described natural beauty as the country’s main drawcard
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  • Introduced last year, the annual event explores local talent as well as featuring international comedians as drawcards.
  • The insides of the Basilica and Rosary are stunning, while the grotto, with a statue of the Virgin Mary in creamy white and baby blue and nestled in the cave, is the main drawcard.
  • This extensive network is of course a strong drawcard to attract sponsors.

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