What is another word for musters?

Pronunciation: [mˈʌstəz] (IPA)

"Musters" can be defined as the act of gathering or assembling people or things, usually for a specific purpose. However, there are several synonyms that can be used instead of "musters." Firstly, "summons" can be used to describe the action of bringing people or resources together. Secondly, "gathers" can be used to describe the act of collecting or assembling a group of people or objects. Thirdly, "convenes" can be used to describe the act of holding a meeting or assembly. Fourthly, "rounds up" can be used to describe the act of gathering or herding people or animals together. Finally, "marshals" can be used to describe the act of organizing or arranging a group of people or things in a particular order.

Usage examples for Musters

119; John's deposition proclaimed at, 333; John and Langton at, 340; Essex musters the Parliamentary army at, vi.
"History of the English People, Index"
John Richard Green
It contained but a few lines: "Right dear and well beloved, "The White Rose musters again in the west, and I have hope of your release.
"The Manor House School"
Angela Brazil
The Harris Light now musters but one hundred men fit for duty, scarcely one tenth the number with which we entered upon the campaign.
"Three Years in the Federal Cavalry"
Willard Glazier

Famous quotes with Musters

  • And in Spain Galba secretly musters and drills his army — Galba, the old man in his seventy-third year.
    Constantine P. Cavafy
  • The greatness of an estate, in bulk and territory, doth fall under measure; and the greatness of finances and revenue, doth fall under computation. The population may appear by musters; and the number and greatness of cities and towns by cards and maps. But yet there is not any thing amongst civil affairs more subject to error, than the right valuation and true judgment concerning the power and forces of an estate.
    Francis Bacon

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