Attuning [verb]

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If you want to be more self-attuned, then learn to stop deferring on reflex and start answering to yourself.

An AI model trained on vast swaths of the internet won’t be attuned to the nuances of this vocabulary and won’t produce or interpret language in line with these new cultural norms.

While Mulan is blockbuster material with wide appeal, a movie like Kaufman’s has a smaller, but very passionate, built-in audience attuned to art-house fare.

But Soult was accustomed to think for himself, and his mind was unable to attune itself to the mind of the Emperor.

These familiar words floated in Hampton's memory, seeming to attune themselves to the steady gallop of his horse.

Evidently mountain-fever is what the English emigrant of the higher classes needs to thaw him out and attune him to American ways.

Then they practiced, until the master gnome thought he had his scale of notation perfect and gave orders to attune the bells.

Put thy heart in attune with the weather, lest thee infects the general with thy megrims.

I did, however, try faintly to attune him in some sort to the spirit of our host and of the day of the year.

Attune yourself to the active inner Guidance; the Divine Voice has the answer to every dilemma of life.