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Noun
A gathering or assembly of people, typically meeting for a common purpose
“Let's not forget the noise a decent muster of fans at McLean Park can make.”
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A group of people organized or clustered together
“Due to the heavy rain, the muster of protesters huddled under the shelter, raising their vibrant signs in unison.”
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A gathering of troops, especially for inspection, display, or exercise
“In 1543, King Henry VIII called for a muster of troops in Devon.”
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A headcount or roll call of people in a group
“A muster of villagers is duly called, attendance at which is compulsory on pain of confessed guilt.”
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A unit, grouping or configuration of things
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“Sakura walked out, leaving Kizashi to swim in his own muster of thoughts.”
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Open resistance to authority or opposition
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An act or system of recruiting or enlisting someone for a role, task, position or duty
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An organized event at which a number of competitions are held
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Verb
To gather a group together for a particular purpose
“The present Duke of Atholl, like his ancestors before him, has the rare right of being able to muster his own private army.”
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To meet or gather together and prepare for action
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“We muster outside the building which is bright enough to be a beacon.”
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To summon up a feeling or passion
“Although the arguments sounded the same, no one could muster the passion from the old days.”
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To be made up, or consist, of
“Here is an army which musters only about 200,000 men, of whom 60,000 belong to the British army.”
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To affect
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To prepare or arrange for (something)
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To arrange or set in some sort of order
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To muster or summon courage or some positive emotion
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To employ or draw upon an available resource
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To put (something) aside for future use
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To order or instruct to go, or come, to a particular destination or in a particular direction
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To formally inspect military or naval forces
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