- tune + in. (Wiktionary)
“Food is only one aspect of consumer style, and diet for the ancients was a way to tune in to the spiritual world.”
“I can't tune in on him with the mirror, because it is set on Humfrey and I don't know how to retune it.”
“If the patient were on a psibeam circuit, a skilled operator could tune in without the patient being necessarily aware of it.”
“One day, however, when he had been conning one of his music-scores, and by force of imagination was hearing the tune in his head, he lapsed into listlessness, and the music-sheet rolled to the hearth.”
“An exhausted Wingo curls up beside me, and I take out my radio and tune in to the end of the Miami Heat-Boston Celtics game.”
“Just as it struck eight, and the hum of the clock in the hall died away, a little tune in harmony, like a gavotte, was played by softly-tingling tiny bells.”
“It was their office to lead to the divine sources, out of which all this, and much more, readily springs; and, if this religion is in the poetry, it raises us to some purpose, and we can well afford some staidness, or hardness, or want of popular tune in the verses.”
“It jounced down the road, the unsprung wagon hitting hard on every rut and rock so that the piano played its own alarming and discordant tune in farewell.”
“If we were still in one piece after our sojourn tonight, maybe I'd ask Camille to tune in and see what she could find out from the weather imps.”
“Their skill and good for - tune in saving every case was pointed up a few months later when another board, under Dr. Guiteras, conducted further experiments.”
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