gravitate

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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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I think Kobe just gravitated over there,'' Jackson said.
Recent innovations within the investment community have certainly gravitated toward enhancing customer usability.
Investors gravitated toward a handful of blue-chip stocks Friday, seeking safe bets before Tuesday's meeting of the Federal Reserve's policy-making committee.
They don't want to be labeled as nerds, but we're talking the same kids, only they've gravitated to a darker side to find strength in each other.
0, we will be able to reach out to designers who have gravitated toward non-windows operating systems such as Mac OS and Linux," states Richard Neufell, ETLS Director of Product Research and Development.
To help pay the bills through college, most of the 1997 alumni gravitated to the sort of jobs common to young adults: retail and wholesale (32 percent), restaurants (20 percent), and the service industry (13 percent).
Due to a shortage of vibraphones and other mallet instruments, he gravitated to the piano, finishing his formal studies in 1984 at the Instituto Superior de Arte, also in Havana.
At Magic Mountain, park visitors gravitated toward the water rides like Roaring Rapids and Tidal Wave, while park employees dressed as Looney Tunes characters spent shorter shifts in the hot costumes, said Six Flags spokesman Andy Gallardo.
Our members really gravitated to the new portal the moment it was launched," said David Nickelson, Psy.
Wells Fargo's on-line banking staff of marketing, systems and customer service employees is ``a very diverse group, but most came from elsewhere in the bank and sort of gravitated to this brave new world,'' Nigg said.
Corporations such as Goodyear, Glidden, and Roadway have gravitated toward the Akron Ohio based firm for software design solutions.
You're talking about a guy who gave the Rams 10 years of his life, from broken legs and arms to sweat and tears,'' says Johnnie Johnson, who gravitated to a stadium seat soon after his career as an L.
Chris Martins, Research Director of Aberdeen's CRM practice, notes, "Much of the attention in CRM has gravitated to online customer service and contact centers, but the need to provide service at a customer's location isn't going away, and FSM solutions help to manage that part of the service operation cost-effectively.
15, the exhibition indicates how Williams' art has gravitated toward progressively cloudier visions of reality, particularly African-American reality.