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muster

mus·ter

muster

 
 
pronunciation:
muh str
parts of speech:
verb, noun
part of speech: verb
inflections: mustered, mustering, musters
definition 1: to cause to come together; assemble.
The mayor mustered two dozen people to pick up litter along the highway.
synonyms:
rally
similar words:
array, assemble, collect, gather, levy, raise
definition 2: to gather up or call forth from within oneself (often followed by "up").
He mustered up all his courage and told the man he had broken the window.
synonyms:
gather, summon
similar words:
call, collect, marshal, rally
definition 3: to come together or gather for a purpose.
The team mustered in the gym to get their uniforms.
synonyms:
assemble, convene, gather
similar words:
collect, congregate
 
part of speech: noun
definition: a group brought together or assembled, such as a military unit.
A muster of sailors stood at attention on the deck.
synonyms:
assembly
similar words:
convention, gathering