(USED WITH OBJECT)
to assemble (troops, a ship's crew, etc.), as for battle, display, inspection, orders, or discharge.
to gather, summon, rouse (often followed by up): He mustered all his courage.
(USED WITHOUT OBJECT)
to assemble for inspection, service, etc., as troops or forces.
to come together; collect; assemble; gather.
an assembling of troops or persons for formal inspection or other purposes.
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Muster definition, to assemble (troops, a ship's crew, etc.), as for battle, display, ...
muster out, to discharge from service in the armed forces: He will be mustered ...
Define muster: a formal military gathering to examine or test soldiers — muster in
a ... specifically : formal military inspection <Call out the troops to stand muster.>
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... 'he could fail to muster a majority' .... muster someone in (or out).
muster out. To discharge or be discharged from military service: He was
mustered out when the war ended. ... b. muster out to discharge from military
v. mus·tered, mus·ter·ing, mus·ters. v.tr. 1. To call (troops) together, as for
inspection. 2. To cause to come together; gather: Bring all the volunteers you can
Remember that muster used to involve getting reluctant soldiers out of bed and
into the field of battle––it involves overcoming a certain inertia. When you muster
muster. 1. to think up something clever 2. to conjure or summon. "Your a wizard
Harry! Muster up some kind a flying device to get us out of here lad!".