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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of gravitate.

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Examples

  • (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.)

    GreenCine Daily: Park City Dispatch. 4.

  • "Yes, our talk kind of gravitated that way whenever we got together."

    Bucky O'Connor

  • "I just kind of gravitated to it," says singer and drummer Jeffrey Clemens of his initial interest in rock-steady.

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  • "I just kind of gravitated to it," says singer and drummer Jeffrey Clemens of his initial interest in rock-steady.

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  • "We were both the new kids on the block and kind of gravitated toward each other."

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  • "I just kind of gravitated to it," says singer and drummer Jeffrey Clemens of his initial interest in rock-steady.

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  • "I just kind of gravitated to it," says singer and drummer Jeffrey Clemens of his initial interest in rock-steady.

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  • "I just kind of gravitated to it," says singer and drummer Jeffrey Clemens of his initial interest in rock-steady.

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  • "I just kind of gravitated to it," says singer and drummer Jeffrey Clemens of his initial interest in rock-steady.

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  • "I just kind of gravitated to it," says singer and drummer Jeffrey Clemens of his initial interest in rock-steady.

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