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Muster

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MUS'TER, L. monstro, to show. Properly, to collect troops for review, parade and exercise but in general, to collect or assemble troops, persons or things. The officers muster their soldiers regularly they muster all their forces. The philosopher musters all the wise sayings of the ancients.

MUS'TER, To assemble to meet in one place.

MUS'TER, n. L. monstrum, a show or prodigy.

1. An assembling of troops for review, or a review of troops under arms.
2. A register or roll of troops mustered.

Ye publish the musters of your own bands.

3. A collection, or the act of collecting.

To pass muster, to be approved or allowed.

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