muster

Part of speech: verb

To summon and gather together; be assembled.

Part of speech: noun

An assemblage, as of troops.

Part of speech: noun

Musterroll.

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Usage examples "muster":

  1. The latter involuntarily arose; while the former planted his solid person still more firmly in its seat, like one who was preparing to meet some severe and expected shock, with all the physical resolution he could muster. - "The Water-Witch or, The Skimmer of the Seas", James Fenimore Cooper.
  2. Do you happen to know how many they muster? - "The Log of a Privateersman", Harry Collingwood.
  3. Well, then, let's stand muster cheerfully. - "The Boys of Bellwood School", Frank V. Webster.