They are gravitating away from more established contemporary painters like Subodh Gupta.
I suppose, he was full of uncertainties; but undoubtedly was gravitating towards London.
It is an excellent symptom of his intellect, this of gravitating irresistibly towards realities.
We therefore turn from gravitating matter as affording no rational account of the past.
The original heat of every member of the solar system, including the sun, depended on the gravitating energy of its own mass.
They lingered month after month, gravitating between London and the Garths', until Cecil's child was born.
But Stuart, gravitating to her for all stimulation, had nevertheless gone to Merle for comfort.
Universal equilibrium of gravitating particles would have been indestructible by internal causes.
Initial stress due to body forces becomes most important in the case of a gravitating planet.
One may say a gravitating solar system is already prophesied in the nature of Newton's mind.
1640s, "exert weight, move downward," from Modern Latin gravitatus, past participle of gravitare "gravitate," from Latin gravitas "heaviness, weight" (see gravity). Meaning "To be affected by gravity" is from 1690s. Figurative use from 1670s. Related: Gravitated; gravitating. The classical Latin verb was gravare "to make heavy, burden, oppress, aggravate."