used in The Great Gatsby
only 1 use
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The exact meaning of this sense of muster
is often subject to its context. For example:
- "mustered her courage/strength/a smile" — to gather from within
- "muster the soldiers/crew" — to gather — typically for inspection
- "muster volunteers/votes" — to gather enough to do something
- I couldn't muster up a single commonplace out of the thousand in my head.
muster = come up with (think of)
There are no more uses of "muster" in The Great Gatsby.