How to use Tune-out in a sentence

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  • It is not necessary to tell you how to concentrate more on the ball, or tune out the noisy foursome behind you.

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  • We would twang away on it and try to get a tune out of it.

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  • Maybe you just want to tune out the outside world and live in another world for a few hours.

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  • Although your body may not feel like your own during pregnancy, don't tune out its signals.

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  • Any successful freelancer will tell you that you need to learn to tune out these negative comments.

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  • If you start off a conversation by talking about the latest celebrity gossip, your Pisces man will instantly tune out.

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  • Network executives were upset initially by the magazines because they feared that viewers would use previews to know when they could tune out rather than when they could tune in.

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  • Fans teased that they could tune out on Monday and come back on Friday without missing much.

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  • Fans could see what was coming and tune in or tune out.

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  • Generalities say nothing about you and thus, prospective employers will tune out.

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  • Tracks to check out - She Doesn't Get It and Tune Out (Tune Out is from their first release - Interventions and Lullabies).

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  • Unfortunately, they won't tune out where that commercial came from, and future communication from that source will be ignored as well.

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