Definition of Attuited

1. Verb. (past of attuite) ¹



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Definition of Attuited

1. attuite [v] - See also: attuite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Attuited

attriters
attrites
attriting
attrition
attrition damage
attrition rate
attritional
attritions
attritive
attrits
attritted
attritting
attry
attuent
attuite
attuited (current term)
attuites
attuiting
attuition
attunable
attune
attuned
attunedness
attunement
attunements
attunes
attuning
atua
atuas
atumble

Literary usage of Attuited

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1. Institutes of Education, Comprising an Introduction to Rational Psychology by Simon Somerville Laurie (1892)
"The attuited object, we have seen, may have some quality so prominent as to impress sense more vividly than the other elements in it (eg to a dog, ..."

2. Synthetica: Being Meditations Epistemological and Ontological by Simon Somerville Laurie (1906)
"... the other or in succession, and thus, by means of association, be dimly connected with the totality) are not attuited as together and yet separate. ..."

3. Ethica: Or, The Ethics of Reason by Simon Somerville Laurie (1891)
"... turns on the subject and discriminates and names the inner data of feeling which till then had been only vaguely attuited, as in the case of animals. ..."

4. The Educational Magazine (1840)
"To those who have indeed a soul in any measure attuited to harmony, how painful is the shocking dissonance, now so frequently heard, of loud bawling ..."

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