settle into

settle into something

to become comfortable in a new place or situation Catherine had settled into their booth and was reading her menu. We settle into a routine of early morning workouts followed by lectures. The space shuttle settled into a 184-mile-high orbit.
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settle into

v.
To become established or comfortable in some new environment or circumstance: She settled into her new job relatively quickly. After a few days at the camp, I settled into a routine.
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References in classic literature ?
Before discussion of the question had proceeded further there walked round the corner of the settle into the full firelight of the apartment Mr Dairyman Crick, Mrs Crick, and two of the milkmaids.