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Synonyms for gravitate

be drawn

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Synonyms for gravitate

to fall or drift down to the bottom

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Words related to gravitate

move toward

be attracted to

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move due to the pull of gravitation

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At the end of the day, whatever school of thought we gravitate towards, we all want to be doing exactly what Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) brought to us.
Called '5 Benefits to Deploying a Luxury Real Estate Blog," the webinar will cover: Generating Real Estate Leads via a Blog; Building Brand Awareness and allowing prospects to gravitate toward a trusted brand; Gaining a competitive advantage over competing real estate agents and companies.
Furriers from all corners of the world gravitate four times a year to North Bay's Fur Harvesters Auction.
Superintendent Tom Trigg says students, who have the freedom to choose their stories, tend to gravitate toward community service pieces in particular.
Poor schools tend to gravitate toward remedial applications, whereas better off schools gravitate toward a richer sort of software," says Margaret Honey, director of the Center for Children and Technology in New York.
Teenage fans of Gossip Girl and other books of that ilk may gravitate toward it and may enjoy it, if they're in the mood for a book full of style but lacking any real substance.
Some dancers gravitate toward the consistency of its choreography.
I began my career as a nurse in the hospital environment, where I seemed to gravitate to the gravitate to the geriatric patients.
If calm infants encountered a researcher who avoided making eye contact, they didn't gravitate to that person's face later on, even if the initial trial had included a sweet inducement.
MTI has selected the Gravitate Platform as a leading software technology to enable its existing wireless applications and explore the development and deployment of new Location Precise services.
Gravitate, based in South San Francisco and Simplylook of San Jose, Calif.
While I think that physicians will increasingly gravitate to the top spot, it will take awhile.
All of these factors, presumably, allowed the laity to gravitate to new ideas and ultimately a new church when the old one was found wanting.
An orthogonal atrium containing reception and circulation moors the three fragments together; from this glazed pivot you can gravitate to any part of the building.
Often they gravitate strongly toward certain pieces -- "almost taking possession of the art," Chellgren says.