gravitate to(ward) (someone or something)

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gravitate to(ward) (someone or something)

To tend to move toward or show interest in some person, place, or thing, as if being pulled by a magnetic force. Teenagers always seem to gravitate to rebellious behavior—it's not something that's unique to your son. I just gravitate toward those kinds of artsy movies, I can't help it. The kids always seem to gravitate to Aunt Joan whenever the whole family gets together.
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gravitate to(ward) someone or something

Fig. to move slowly toward someone or something, as if being pulled by gravity. People tend to gravitate toward the kitchen at parties. Unless you correct their manners, the children will gravitate toward rude behavior.
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"Good times, bad times, people want to gravitate to something positive,'' he said.
“Somebody might gravitate to something we have because it matches with a pair of Jordans they have, but at the end of the day, the hang tag has some history on it,” Murray said.
Sometimes you just gravitate to something and find it fun.