attuned

[ uh-toon, uh-tyoon ]SEE DEFINITION OF attuned
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTUNED

Grey it was, and attuned, that day, to the rest of the grey landscape.

They were attuned to the eternal peace of Eastern sky and sea.

Everything was still and hushed, as if attuned to their parting.

On the contrary, it was attuned to the best, the richest, the highest in God's world.

To me above all others, whose ears, attuned to the “tally ho!”

Everything, if you are prepared, and attuned to the meeting.

And the message of art is for all, according as they are attuned to the response.

The reason, the judgment, the temper, the senses are attuned by it.

Our modern nerves are not attuned to the slow crawling of a prairie-wagon.

This lady's face was sad, and her voice was attuned with it.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from tune (v.), "probably suggested by ATONE" [OED]. Related: Attuned; attuning.

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