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muster

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of muster

  1. 1 a body of people come together in one place a muster of concerned citizens Synonyms assemblage, assembly, conference, congregation, convocation, ingathering, meeting, gatheringRelated Words company, consort, coterie, gang, pack; caucus, forum, market, panel, rally, symposium, synod; audience, gallery, grandstand, house; crowd, flock, horde, legion, multitude, press, swarm, throng; crush, mob, rabble, rabblement

  2. 2 a number of things considered as a unit considering the muster of suggestions that were submitted for “word of the year” Synonyms array, assemblage, band, bank, batch, battery, block, bunch, clot, clump, cluster, clutch, collection, constellation, grouping, huddle, knot, lot, group, package, parcel, passel, set, suiteRelated Words accumulation, aggregate, aggregation, conglomeration; agglomeration, assortment, hodgepodge, jumble, miscellany, mixture, odds and ends, sundries, variety; cycle, run, series, suitNear Antonyms entity, item, single, unit


muster

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of muster

  1. 1 to assemble and make ready for action a command to muster the troops Synonyms marshal (also marshall), mobilize, rallyRelated Words arrange, group, line up, order, organize; call (up), convene, summon; activate; collect, round upNear Antonyms disarrange, disorder, disorganize, disrupt, disturb; deactivate, dismiss; break up, disband, dissolve, split (up)Antonyms demob [chiefly British], demobilize

  2. 2 to bring together in assembly by or as if by command all the supporters that I could muster for the fund-raising campaign Synonyms assemble, call, convene, convoke, summonRelated Words rally; call in, call out, call up, knell; amass, collect, gather, group, round up; reassemble, reconveneNear Antonyms break up, dissolve

  3. 3 to be made up of the corps of regular wine drinkers musters only about 10% of the population Synonyms consist (of), contain, compriseRelated Words comprehend, embrace, encompass, entail, include, involve, take in; assimilate, embody, incorporate



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