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  • v. gather or bring together


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  • When someone is inactive and overeats, it frequently gets chalked up to laziness and lack of willpower, but more often than not, the real reasons that someone can’t muster up the motivation are far more complex.

    The Life You Want

  • “Look,” I said, straightening up, trying to muster up whatever fake Lindsay Scott confidence I could still carry off.

    Claim to Fame

  • Replied she, “Hearten thy heart, if it be hard for thee to go to the Caliph’s palace and thou canst not muster up courage to accompany me, I will make her come to thee; so budge not from thy place till I return to thee with her.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night


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