from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who muses; one who acts, speaks, or writes as in a reverie; an absent-minded person.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who muses.

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  • noun One who muses.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a reflective thinker characterized by quiet contemplation


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muse +‎ -er


  • From a Poynter Institute column by diversity and ethics muser

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A Peek in the Times’ Archives

  • Writer of books, giver of speeches, muser of politics on an unusually active Facebook account, and robo caller on behalf of a conservative group in this year's Virginia governor's race.

    CNN Transcript Nov 10, 2009

  • Writer of books, giver of speeches, muser of politics on an unusually active Facebook account.

    Palin remains a GOP player

  • Actually, when it comes to being a provincial muser (I love it!)

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • All day long there hung about the place the music of chinking tools; and even in the dead of night, the watchman carried his lantern to and fro in the dark settlement and could light the pipe of any midnight muser.

    Memories and Portraits

  • In the corner of the large and sombre library, with no other light than was afforded by the decaying brands on its ponderous and ample hearth, he would exercise for hours that internal sorcery by which past or imaginary events are presented in action, as it were, to the eye of the muser.


  • The black-bearded muser put his pipe aside, and from this glowing scene his thoughts flew away into a dark night when he stood in

    The Colossus A Novel

  • The muser felt two distinct senses, one that a sweet voice had touched the quick of his nature, the other that he had been grandiloquent in his talk while looking at the stars.

    Old Ebenezer

  • In attempting to reproduce various personal experiences on paper, I shall claim the roaming freedom of the fireside muser, for he can in one second skip from Continent to Continent and vault over gaps of thirty years and more, just as the spirit moves him; indeed, to change the metaphor, before one record has played itself out, he can turn on

    Here, There and Everywhere

  • But this muser could only expect to fall at the front.

    Kincaid's Battery


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