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Synonyms for gravitate

be drawn

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to fall or drift down to the bottom

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move toward

be attracted to

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move due to the pull of gravitation

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Friends also follow the laws of divine necessity; they gravitate to each other, and cannot otherwise:--
As his job prospects get increasingly bleak and bills mount up, he gravitates toward the lifestyle of his hustling cousins and other nefarious characters.
Walt blames his mother, while the younger and more fragile (in some respects, at least) Frank gravitates toward her.
Jung Institute in Zurich, Not The Big Sleep brings to life complex abstract concepts concerning how the human mind gravitates toward involvement, and even love, in a narrative manner that readers of all background can relate to.
In these scenes of their everyday life in the rough Argentinian countryside and the various fantasies and myths that they act out together, Guille gravitates toward a motherly role while Belinda acts the clown.
Rather than chase the latest talent Chaiken gravitates toward people she's known a long time.
Not surprisingly, he gravitates to the Christ of the Fourth Gospel, whose human bearing is only a thin film masking his divinity.