KJV Dictionary Definition: muster


MUS'TER, v.t. L. monstro, to show. Properly, to collect troops for review, parade and exercise; but in general, to collect or assemble troops, persons or things. The officers muster their soldiers regularly; they muster all their forces. The philosopher musters all the wise sayings of the ancients.

MUS'TER, v.i. To assemble; to meet in one place.

MUS'TER, n. L. monstrum, a show or prodigy.

1. An assembling of troops for review, or a review of troops under arms.

2. A register or roll of troops mustered.

Ye publish the musters of your own bands.

3. A collection, or the act of collecting.

To pass muster, to be approved or allowed.