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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When his parents' marriage disintegrates, 12-year-old Frank (Owen Kline) gravitates toward his mother (Laura Linney) in ``The Squid and the Whale.
Unlike the Minimalists, however, Feher gravitates toward objects whose first lives were spent in industry and consumer culture (bottles, lightbulbs, plastic bags), and his works betray an openness to human error, randomness, and whim that a good Minimalist would try to suppress.
This is because when a merger is announced, the stock gravitates to the hands of arbitrageurs and other short-term holders.
This is an important asset as the industry gravitates toward technology based sales channels.
A joint study between Price Waterhouse and the Counselors of Real Estate predicted that the World Wide Web will become the universal meeting ground as more information gravitates to the Web.
You have a small family gathering or invite a few friends over for dinner, and invariably everyone gravitates to the kitchen.
Steam is continuously injected at high pressures and temperatures into the upper well to mobilize the heavy oil, which then gravitates to the lower well and flows to the surface at rates of up to 1,300 barrels of oil per day.
As the Gulf of Mexico program gravitates toward the flex trend, wells in Garden Banks 237 (Pimento, 28.