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muster
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Don Quixote
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  • My wish would be simply to present it to thee plain and unadorned, without any embellishment of preface or uncountable muster of customary sonnets, epigrams, and eulogies, such as are commonly put at the beginning of books.
  • "If you are a jester, brother," said the duenna, "keep your drolleries for some place where they’ll pass muster and be paid for; for you’ll get nothing from me but a fig."

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as in: muster strength or the crew Define
to gather (see word notes for more detailed definitions based on context)
as in: didn't pass muster Define
inspection -- especially of soldiers or a crew
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