### Definition of Gravitating

1. Verb. (present participle of gravitate) ¹

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Gravitating

 gravingsgraviperceptiongraviphotongraviphotonsgraviportalgravireactiongravireceptorsgraviscalargraviscalarsgravitactic gravitasgravitasesgravitategravitatedgravitatesgravitating (current term)gravitationgravitation abscessgravitation wavegravitational gravitational attractiongravitational collapsegravitational constantgravitational convectiongravitational fieldgravitational fieldsgravitational forcegravitational interactiongravitational lens

### Literary usage of Gravitating

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1. A Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Elasticity by Augustus Edward Hough Love (1906)
"The case of a nearly spherical body of gravitating incompressible material ... Apart from the difficulty concerning the initial stress in a gravitating body ..."

2. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1873)
"If we desire, therefore, to find evidence of the joint influence of solar expansion and gravitating equilibrium, we should look where it is most likely to ..."

3. The Elements of Mechanics by James Renwick (1832)
"At the surface of a gravitating fluid, the quantity dp, which depends upon the ... When a gravitating liquid is placed in an open vessel, its particles move ..."

4. Instructions to Young Sportsmen in All that Relates to Guns and Shooting by Peter Hawker (1826)
"gravitating STOPS. AN insurance from accidents, with a double gun, ... The gravitating stops, I should not omit to mention, require to be kept very clean, ..."

5. The Elements of Mechanics by James Renwick (1832)
"At the surface of a gravitating fluid, the quantity dp, which depends upon the depth of the fluid, is = 0 ; hence, the equation (351) of the surface, ..."

6. Instructions to Young Sportsmen, in All that Relates to Guns and Shooting by Peter Hawker, William Trotter Porter (1846)
"gravitating STOPS. An insurance from accidents, with a double gun, is completely effected by the late Mr. Joseph Manton's gravitating stops, ..."