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adapt
used in The Lords of Discipline

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adapted to the new rules
Definition
changed to fit a different situation; or made suitable
  • I was talkative in the morning, alive and glowing, one of those dreadful people who were the scourge of the cadets who relished silence and time and vast quantities of caffeine before their bodies could adapt to the shock of marching through a sunless world.
    Chapter 3.30 (6% in)

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  • Tradd has adapted to the ways of the Corps.
    Chapter 1.2 (40% in)
  • Though the barracks gave the appearance that it could support no animal life at all, the small things had adapted themselves to a frantic existence between taps and reveille.
    Chapter 1.15 (8% in)
  • We had planned to divert the attention of the cadre from Bentley to the rest of us, and it was surprising how quickly we adapted ourselves to strategies that disrupted and infuriated and sabotaged the designs and conspiracies of the cadre even if they were only temporary victories.
    Chapter 2.17 (88% in)
  • I was surprised by how quickly we adapted to the tactics of surveillance.
    Chapter 4.36 (1% in)

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