accommodate oneself

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It was also possible to accommodate oneself to life under Saddam, and to live without arousing the state's ire and incurring its wrath.
This may have been a necessary step toward the acceptance of multiculturalism in children's literature, but it also carried with it the not so subtle message that one must repress aspects of a personal heritage and accommodate oneself to the acceptable image of American society to be included.