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  1. Mehrgan's Avatar
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    "Muster Sth Up"

    Hi all,

    A person musters up the courage to do something. We have the phrasal verb 'muster something up', and I'd appreciate it if you could give me a few words I can use instead of something, with this phrasal verb, such as courage, energy, etc.



    Many thanks.

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    Re: "Muster Sth Up"

    strength, courage, will, power, bravery, the nerve, energy, confidence, faith, etc

    you can also literally muster up things or people: money, your friends, men, armies, etc.

    anything that you can gather or summon up

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