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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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On the second question: Abu'l-Rayhan said: Your saying "if it never arrives, it is not moving" is incorrect, for we can say that a stone is gravitating towards the center by nature, but never arrived at the center because of obstacles preventing it from [doing so].
More banks are gravitating to Midtown: Wachovia, Atlantic, and Independence, all of which will be open very soon.
At the climax, they ran forward, pushing the fabric aside and gravitating toward each other in a lyrical dance of low lifts and close embraces.
Is it that art viewers are tiring of sleaze and pornography and gravitating toward art that uplifts the soul and images beauty?
Though relying exclusively on existing lighting conditions, Smith was master of light, gravitating to those building parts where the light source lay diagonally in front of him and not behind.
Operators have been gravitating towards new "low-cost" business models, involving network outsourcing and hosting as a means of managing costs while they grow their businesses.
With my education in advertising, publication design, and packaging I was gravitating toward museum work, so it seemed natural to fuse my interests into an art gallery.
With the increasing flexibility of telecommunications, mobile offices and the like, people are gravitating to more hospitable environs.
With over 11,000 students online, a diverse worldwide student body and record enrollment, all indications are that musicians are gravitating towards online study with Berklee
Although 43 percent of the 1997 grads hadn't declared a college major, 14 percent were studying the fields of art, music, fashion or design, while 10 percent chose biological sciences majors, 9 percent declared business administration majors and 8 percent were gravitating toward degrees in the social sciences, Wexler's report said.
Cult and mainstream films alike have been gravitating toward the serial killer's omniscient point of view for some time.
Tenants are gravitating to buildings where ownership can demonstrate their financial capacity to do deals by performing tenant improvements and offering concessions of up to one month per year on 10-year lease terms.
Investors have been shying away from indemnity catastrophe bonds and gravitating towards index-based parametric catastrophe bonds.
In today's market, tenants have several good offers from which to choose, so they're gravitating toward the premier buildings, where they can enjoy the best service and amenities," he said.
With high quality digital cameras now within reach of every photographer, customers are gravitating to raw file formats that allow them to get more control over final results," said John Loiacono, senior vice president of Creative Solutions at Adobe.