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synonyms for gravitate

  • drift
  • incline
  • lean
  • tend
  • approach
  • descend
  • drop
  • move
  • precipitate
  • settle
  • sink
  • be attracted
  • be influenced
  • be pulled
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antonyms for gravitate

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  • ascend
  • depart
  • increase
  • leave
  • rise
  • retreat
  • run away
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How to use gravitate in a sentence

As the ills of factory farming become more pronounced, people are increasingly gravitating towards vegetarian or pescatarian diets.
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Additionally, he addresses the “rise of the rest” phenomenon, which is the idea that venture capital will gravitate toward cities that have not been the traditional tech hubs.
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Given a choice, most people gravitate toward the natural over the artificial.
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That money is gravitating toward the campaigns at a moment when many publications are being compelled to cover adjacent topics instead, with no campaign trail to report from.
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I would go so far as to say that mathematicians themselves come in these two flavors, too — at least, they tend to gravitate to one of the two poles.
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Hither does every soul in the place, at some hour or other of the day, inevitably gravitate.
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The more matured Quakers and Quakeresses generally gravitate hitherwards.
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All instinctively gravitate toward him, and never wish to break off their association with him.
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I never knew a fool that sooner or later didn't gravitate to chickens.
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Sooner may you expect the sun with all the planetary system will rush from their shining spheres, to gravitate round a pebble.
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