Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of muster.
  • noun A bringing together, as of livestock for counting.

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Examples

  • I have no problem with congratulating Obama for his success in mustering the delegates to become the presumptive nominee, but I don't think that people should criticize Hillary for not accepting defeat more immediately and more explicitly.

    Rangel criticizes Clinton over non-concession speech

  • I have no problem with congratulating Obama for his success in mustering the delegates to become the presumptive nominee, but I don't think that people should criticize Hillary for not accepting defeat more immediately and more explicitly.

    Kennedy joins Obama VP search team

  • I have no problem with congratulating Obama for his success in mustering the delegates to become the presumptive nominee, but I don't think that people should criticize Hillary for not accepting defeat more immediately and more explicitly.

    Carter says unity ticket would be 'worst mistake'

  • I have no problem with congratulating Obama for his success in mustering the delegates to become the presumptive nominee, but I don't think that people should criticize Hillary for not accepting defeat more immediately and more explicitly.

    Carter says unity ticket would be 'worst mistake'

  • I have no problem with congratulating Obama for his success in mustering the delegates to become the presumptive nominee, but I don't think that people should criticize Hillary for not accepting defeat more immediately and more explicitly.

    Carter says unity ticket would be 'worst mistake'

  • Occasionally it happened, especially in mustering times, that nobody remembered to pen the goats in their yard by the lagoon, and on these occasions they would get under the house, and the noise of their horns knocking against the floor of her bedroom would so effectively destroy Lady Bridget's chances of sleep that she would rise in the night and drive them into their fold.

    Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land

  • One day was spent in mustering sheep, an employment not at all to Norah's taste.

    Mates at Billabong

  • Though Fort Pickens is not to be attacked by the American Secessionists, they take much pains to impress upon the world that they are still eager for conflict, and they show continued energy in mustering, drilling, and fortifying.

    London, Saturday, June 22, 1861

  • He recalls mustering a militia for the struggle against England.

    Appleseed Project teaches marksmanship and history, hopes to improve the country

  • It is about life support, and economics in the most elemental sense – that is, the mustering of available resources to meet urgent human need.

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