verb (used with object), at·tuned, at·tun·ing.
Examples from the Web for attune
I was beginning to attune to my surroundings, which was a thrilling experience.Walking With Wildebeests: Exploring the Serengeti on Foot|Joanna Eede|July 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Kayani also has to attune his actions to the politics within his own high command.
Evidently mountain-fever is what the English emigrant of the higher classes needs to thaw him out and attune him to American ways.In the High Valley|Susan Coolidge
Nature brooks no delay, and the disharmonic organism must attune itself or perish.The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy|Theodore Lothrop Stoddard
Have you ever listened to the song of a bird and tried to attune your own thoughts to its unrestrained and untaught melodies?Eighth Reader|James Baldwin
Attune yourself to the active inner Guidance; the Divine Voice has the answer to every dilemma of life.Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
I did, however, try faintly to attune him in some sort to the spirit of our host and of the day of the year.A Christmas Garland|Max Beerbohm
British Dictionary definitions for attune
Word Origin and History for attune
1590s, from tune (v.), "probably suggested by ATONE" [OED]. Related: Attuned; attuning.