a gathering of military personnel for duty
"he was thrown in the brig for missing muster"
conscription, muster, draft, selective service(verb)
compulsory military service
muster, rally, summon, come up, muster up(verb)
gather or bring together
"muster the courage to do something"; "she rallied her intellect"; "Summon all your courage"
line up, rise, come, get hold, cite, mobilize, tease, muster up, scratch, uprise, find, tantalise, summon, come on, go up, surface, rally, lift, call up, arise, beat up, come up, summons, scrape up, scrape, drum up, bob up, ride, ascend, go on, marshal, rebound, razz, mobilise, tantalize, move up, cod, taunt, rag, rise up, bait, twit
call to duty, military service, jury duty, etc.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A convention is called by some officer or officers, as by its president, its executive committee, or some eminent leaders; the delegates are assembled or convened in a certain place, at a certain hour. Convoke implies an organized body and a superior authority; assemble and convene express more independent action; Parliament is convoked; Congress assembles. Troops are mustered; witnesses and jurymen are summoned.
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The Working Families're investing substantially in the race because Tom Carper is operating a version of the Democratic Party that might've passed muster in the 1990s, but it is not the direction progressives want to see right now.
When the people say 'NO' and probability to win seem extremely 'LOW', that's the right time for one to muster courage to lift himself up to 'GO' and 'SHOW' his real life’s FLOW and GLOW.”
The government is obliged to take all lawful measures to nip acts of terrorism in the bud, and such measures ought to be supported by Kenyans of all walks of life, such moves, however, must pass constitutional and legal muster.
The U.S. wants to see Saudis muster military power under the U.S. umbrella of what they are doing.
I'm still convinced: where there's a will, there's a way, if those in charge in Greece can muster the will, an agreement ... is still possible.
Translations for muster
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- sebrat, shromáždit, svolat, nástupCzech
- kutsua, koolle, palvelus, malli, näytös, muoto, kokoontua, kokoon, erotus, koota, parvi, joukkoFinnish
- adunata, rivista, radunare, assemblea, arruolare, esibire, ingaggiare, adunare, adunanza, raduno, mostra, assumere, convocareItalian
- zebrać, stadko, zgromadzenie, przegląd, zwołać, spęd, zbierać, zwoływać, wzór, pokazPolish
- смотр, осмотр, сборы, показ, поверка, сбор, сгонRussian
- tập họpVietnamese
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