gravitate

Part of speech: verb

To tend by or as by force of gravity.

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Usage examples "gravitate":

  1. Oarsmen of good standard who are really desirous of distinguishing themselves, and are not too proud to serve in the ranks of a big club after having held office in a smaller one, freely gravitate from minor to leading clubs. - "Boating", W. B. Woodgate Commentator: Harvey Mason.
  2. He makes a vortex of action, however slight, towards which all the means instantly begin to gravitate. - "David Elginbrod", George MacDonald.
  3. Trouble seemed to gravitate towards Freda. - "Carolyn of the Corners", Ruth Belmore Endicott.