verb (used without object), gravitated, gravitating.
to tend toward the lowest level; sink; fall.
to have a natural tendency or be strongly attracted (usually followed by to or toward ): Musicians gravitate toward one another.
Origin: 1635–45; Related forms
< Neo-Latin gravitātus
(past participle of gravitāre
). See gravity
supergravitate, verb (used without object), supergravitated, supergravitating.
3. incline, tend, lean, move.