Origin of gravitate
OTHER WORDS FROM gravitategrav·i·tat·er, nounsu·per·grav·i·tate, verb (used without object), su·per·grav·i·tat·ed, su·per·grav·i·tat·ing.un·grav·i·tat·ing, adjective
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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.This Startup Is Growing Sushi-Grade Salmon From Cells in a Lab|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|September 16, 2020|Singularity Hub
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.Book recommendations from Fortune’s 40 under 40 in finance|Rachel King|September 8, 2020|Fortune
Given a choice, most people gravitate toward the natural over the artificial.Just Because It’s Natural Doesn’t Mean It’s Good - Issue 89: The Dark Side|David P. Barash|August 19, 2020|Nautilus
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.
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.
People everywhere gravitate to smart lovers, because an intelligent partner comes with a host of sexy perks.
And I always gravitate towards things that are not beautiful, but broken and weird and fascinating.Kate McKinnon Is the Crazy Girlfriend You’ve Always Wanted|Kevin Fallon|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I kind of felt at that time—because I gravitate towards these types of movies—that I have some similarities with Woody Allen.Billy Bob Thornton’s Favorite (Dysfunctional) Family Films|Billy Bob Thornton|September 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Which makes me gravitate towards a more parsimonious explanation: all economists are, definitionally, very good at college.
Whether people are on the move in their own countries or across borders, they gravitate toward big cities.
Hither does every soul in the place, at some hour or other of the day, inevitably gravitate.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
The more matured Quakers and Quakeresses generally gravitate hitherwards.Our Churches and Chapels|Atticus
All instinctively gravitate toward him, and never wish to break off their association with him.
I never knew a fool that sooner or later didn't gravitate to chickens.Quin|Alice Hegan Rice
Sooner may you expect the sun with all the planetary system will rush from their shining spheres, to gravitate round a pebble.