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verb muster pronunciation in British English /ˈmʌstə(r)/ 
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present tense
I/you/we/theymuster
he/she/itmusters
present participlemustering
past tensemustered
past participlemustered
  1. 1

    muster

    or

    muster up

    [transitive] to try to produce as much of a feeling such as enthusiasm or determination as you can

    He was trying to muster support from MPs.

    It demanded all the willpower I could muster.

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