gravitate

[v] - move toward 2. [v] - be attracted to 3. [v] - move due to the pull of gravitation
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Gravitate

• (v. i.) To obey the law of gravitation; to exert a force Or pressure, or tend to move, under the influence of gravitation; to tend in any direction or toward any object.
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gravitate

verb move due to the pull of gravitation; `The stars gravitate towards each other`
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Gravitate

Grav'i·tate intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gravitated ; present participle & verbal noun Gravitating .] [ Confer French graviter. See Gravity. ] To obey the law of gravitation; to exert a force Or pressure,...
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gravitate

To obey the law of gravitation; to exert a force Or pressure, or tend to move, under the influence of gravitation; to tend in any direction or toward any object. 'Why does this apple fall to the ground? Because all bodies gravitate toward each other.' (Sir W. Hamilton) 'Politicians who naturally gravitate towards the stronger party.' (Macaulay) ......
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