- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gravitate.
“(The two other subjects are a gay man who was once a staunch evangelical tormented about his sexuality, and a Latino writer who gravitated from a life of crime to writing the amazing stories of his life.)”
“Yes, our talk kind of gravitated that way whenever we got together.”
“And I think that's why the fans kind of gravitated towards me, because they could see that I'm out there having fun. ”
“Everybody in the office kind of gravitated toward him, "Naff said.”
“And I think, you know, when I look at the globe the places that I’m most kind of gravitated towards along with places like Southeast Asia is I’m really kind of intrigued by a lot of these small Pacific island nations.”
“We kind of gravitated toward, "That is totally ridiculous.”
“Second, we have also suggested that many Americans gravitated toward evangelical churches because of a perceived decay in morals, exemplified by attitudes toward premarital sex.”
“It seems that wolves and humans met on the trail of the large grazing animals that they both hunted, and the most social members of both species gravitated toward each other.”
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